Middle Grades Education

Gordon State College offers an Associate of Arts Degree with a concentration in Teacher Education through the college transfer program. This program is designed to allow students to complete the first two years of course work leading to a baccalaureate degree. After graduation from Gordon, the program allows students to transfer their course work to another University System institution, continue their studies for an additional two years, and receive the baccalaureate degree.

Gordon transfer programs comply with the Core Curriculum of the University System of Georgia. Under the guidelines of the Core Curriculum, a student who completes the approved Core at Gordon State College or any particular Area within the Core may transfer this course work to any other state college, two-year college, senior college, or university within the University System without loss of credit.

Advising Worksheet & Program Map

Middle Grades Education- Advising Worksheet & Program Map

This map might be helpful for those who are just beginning to take college courses. It provides a list of the courses a student must take before beginning the middle grades education program. It also provides a suggested list and number of courses to take per semester.

Area F Requirements

Advising Notes
  • Middle grades majors should choose nine hours that will support two content concentrations: math, science, language arts, reading or social studies. Middle grades majors who choose math as one of their two content concentrations must take MATH 1113.
  • Courses may not be used to satisfy requirements in more than one Area.

Required Courses

9 Hours
  • EDUC 2110 (3-0-3)
  • EDUC 2120 (3-0-3)
  • EDUC 2130 (3-0-3)


9 Hours

Advisement Worksheet

Middle Grades Education- Advisement Worksheet

The courses listed on this document will need to be completed before the student begins the middle grades education program. Please download and print out this advisement worksheet before your initial meeting with your advisor. Fill it out with current information and take it to your advisement meeting. Hold on to this worksheet for future planning.