COD Elementary Education Transfer Guide
This transfer guide can assist elementary education students with their transition to Saint Xavier University. Please refer to the general education requirements for an A.A. or A.S. degree found in the College of DuPage (COD) Academic Catalog.
If students complete the majority of their general education requirements prior to transferring to SXU, they may qualify for the IAI GECC Articulation Agreement with the exception of Philosophy 150: The Examined Life and a religious studies course.
|Saint Xavier University||College of DuPage Equivalent|
|ACSU 188: College Success Course||EDUCA 1115|
|ENGL 120: Rhetoric and Writing *Combination of ENGLI 1101 and 1102||ENGLI 1101: *Part I of Rhetoric and Writing|
|COMM 101: Speech Fundamentals||SPEEC 1100|
|POLSC 101: Introduction to United States Government||POLS 1101|
|Fine Arts General Education: Art, Music, Humanities||Fine Arts General Education Course *See Catalog|
|ENGL 120: Rhetoric and Writing *Combination of ENGLI 1101 and 1102||ENGLI 1102 *Part II of Rhetoric and Writing|
|BIOL 101: Principles and Methods of Biology
BIOL 111: General Biology I
|Literature General Education course||Literature General Education *See Catalog|
|MATH 112: College Algebra||MATH 1428|
|EDU 209: Literature for Child and Adolescents||EDUCA 2211|
|EDU 323: Survey of the Exceptional Student||EDUCA 2201|
|HIST 102: World History Since 1500||HISTO 1160|
|MATH 121: Math for Teachers I||MATH 1321|
|EDU 205: Child Growth and Development||NO EQUIVALENCY|
|SOCSC 288: Transfer Geography course||GEOGR 1130|
|EDU 110: Intro to Educational Technology||EDUCA 1150|
|MATH 122: Math for Teachers II||MATH 1322|
|Philosophy General Education Course||Philosophy General Education Course|
*IAI Waivers are available for those students who transfer to SXU with an A.A. or A.S. degree or complete the majority of their General Education Core prior to transferring.
The Illinois State Board of Education requires the following subject specific content coursework for a Professional Educator License with Elementary Education Endorsement. These courses also fulfill many of the General Education requirements listed above.
- POLSC 101: Introduction to U.S. Government (3)
- HIST 102: World History Since 1500 (3)
- SOCSCI 101: World Geography (3)
- BIOL 101: Principles and Methods of Biology (3)
- PHSCI 201: Physical Science for Teachers (3)
- PHSCI 202: Earth and Space Science for Educators (3)
- MATH 112: College Algebra (3)
Please refer to the SXU Academic Catalog for any additional information.
Admission to Teacher Licensure Programs
All students who wish to complete a Teacher Education Program for licensure, including clinical practice/student teaching at SXU must be officially admitted to the Education Department as a teacher education candidate. A teacher education program is a four-benchmark process. It starts when a student is admitted to the University and completes pre-candidacy requirements, continues through admission to the Education Department as an Education candidate and admission to clinical practice/student teaching, exit from clinical practice/student teaching and finally program completion (licensure). Additional information is found on the Illinois State Board of Education website.
|Office of Admission||Transfer Student Services Center|
|Phone: 844-GOTO-SXU (844-468-6798)
As of January 2018