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Mineral Area College Deaf Education Major Agreement

  • The Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree (A.A.T.) is a statewide program comprised of 42 credit hours of general education requirements.  Students are required to complete the Teacher Education Core designed by the school curriculum.  Some community colleges require 12+ credit hours to complete the Teacher Education Core.  Fontbonne University will recognize this degree as long as the final transcript reflects that the AAT Degree has been satisfied.  If the AAT Degree does not appear on the official final transcript, a course by course evaluation will be performed.
  • Students who have graduated from a Missouri Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree and have completed the MO/GER 42 Block Requirements will have satisfied Fontbonne University General Education Requirements (42- Credit Hour Block).
  • Students who have not satisfied the MO/GER 42 Block Requirements must complete Fontbonne 42 Credit Hour of General Education Requirements that is listed on the next page. A course by course transcript evaluation will be performed.
  • Please note that some majors have specific General Education Requirements that meets both General Education and Major requirements.  Additional General Education Requirements (GER) are listed on the next page.
  • A maximum of 64 credit hours may be transferred from Mineral Area College. 

The following is a list of the required courses for the Deaf Education Major Degree at Fontbonne University and the equivalent courses offered at Mineral Area College.

Major:   Deaf Education
Degree Offered:  Bachelor of Arts

Major Requirements



PSY 1250 Human Growth & Development   (GER/MAJOR)

PSY 200 Developmental Psychology  (GER/MAJOR)

EDU 2020 Children’s Literature

EDU 240 Children’s Literature

EDU 2040 Foundations of Education  (GER/MAJOR)

EDU 234 Philosophical Foundations of Education (GER/MAJOR)

EDU 2100 Teaching Profession w/Field Experience

EDU 200 Introduction to Classroom Teaching

EDU 2200 Technology for Teachers  (GER/MAJOR)

CIS 103 Microcomputer Application in Education (GER/MAJOR)

EDU 2320 Education Psychology

EDU 120 Educational Psychology

*This course is being grandfathered until FA2011.