Degree Requirements - Department of Special Education

B.A. DEGREE SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJOR: TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES P-3 Option

GENERAL EDUCATION 65-66

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitute credit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2022 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 31-32 
*Humanities (9 credits from three areas)
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
Performing Arts
(Choose two of the following):
Fine Art 1000 or 1100 or 1230 3
Music 1050 or 1517 3
Theatre 1100 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences (9 credits from 3 areas)
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
SOC 1000 Introduction to Sociology 3
*Science & Mathematics 10-11
MATH (Rec Math 1010) 3
BIO 1000 4
Select One: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Meteorology, or Physics 3 or 4
Health and Physical Education 3
ID 1225 Issues of Contemporary Health 3

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 21

PSY 3310 Psychology of Learning 3
PSY 2100 Child Psychology 3
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
**ID 2950 Child and Technology 3
ID 3163 Building Inclusive Environments Through Positive Behavioral Supports 3
**ID 3210 Working with Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children in Diverse Settings 3
**ID 4240 Understanding Family and Community Partnerships in Education 3
**P3 approved courses = 13-15 credits

ACADEMIC MAJOR 30 (OR MORE)

A minimum of 30 S.H. in a liberal arts or science major as outlined in the Kean University Catalog. See academic advisor in that department for requirements.

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 35

Sophomore Level
SPED 2120 Introductory Field Experience In Special Education 3
SPED 2200 The Multicultural Learner in Diverse Settings 3
Junior Level
SPED 3000 Principles and Practices for the Contemporary Educator (WE) 3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Experience for Educators Across Settings 2
EDUC 3400 Language Arts/Reading in the Preschool and Elementary Curriculum 3
**EC 3250 Perspectives on Early Childhood Practice 3
Senior Level
**EC 4260 Supporting Emergent Literacy at Home and at School 3
**EC 4300 Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood Education II 3
SPED 4135 Special Education Student Teaching 9
SPED 4200 Educator in the Diversified Classroom 3
(SPED 4135 & SPED 4200 must be taken concurrently)

TOTAL 130 - 131

B.A. DEGREE SPECIAL EDUCATION

MAJOR: TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES OPTION: K-5

GENERAL EDUCATION 66

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitute credit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2022 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 32

*Humanities (9 credits from three areas)
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
AH 1700 Art History 3
Music 1050 or 1000 Fundamentals or Survey 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences
(9 credits from 3 areas)
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
GEOG 2010 World Geography 3
*Science & Mathematics 11
MATH 1010 3
BIO 1000 4
Select One:
Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Meteorology, or Physics 4
Health and Physical Education 3
ID 1225 Issues of Contemporary Health 3

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 21
PSY 3310 Psychology of Learning 3
PSY 2100 Child Psychology 3
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
ID 3051 Computer Technology in Today’s Inclusive Society 3
ID 3162 Families As Collaborators in the Classroom 3
ID 3163 Building Positive Classrooms 3
Hist 2304 US History 1877 to Present 3


 

ACADEMIC MAJOR 30 (OR MORE)

A minimum of 30 S.H. in a liberal arts or science major as outlined in the Kean University Catalog. See academic advisor in that department for requirements. The 5-8
Endorsement is available to those whose academic major is: English, Mathematics,
Chemistry/Physics, Biology, Earth Science, History, Spanish, or Math/Science
/Technology. To be eligible for the elementary school with subject matter with
specialization endorsement, the candidate must pass the Elementary Content
Knowledge Praxis and the Praxis in the area of specialization.


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 35

Sophomore Level
SPED 2120 Introductory Field Experience In Special Education 3
SPED 2200 The Multicultural Learner in Diverse Settings 3
Junior Level
SPED 3000 Principles and Practices for the Contemporary Educator (WE) 3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Experience for Educators Across Settings 2
EMSE 3123 Math & Science in Elementary Education 3
EDUC 3400 Language Arts/Reading in the Preschool and Elementary Curriculum 3
EMSE 3140 Social Studies and Contemporary Issues 3
Senior Level
SPED 4135 Special Education Student Teaching 9
SPED 4200 Educator in the Diversified Classroom 3
(SPED 4135 & SPED 4200 must be taken concurrently)

TOTAL 131


B.A. DEGREE SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJOR: TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

OPTION K-5 & 5-8

GENERAL EDUCATION 66

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitute credit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2022 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 32

*Humanities (9 credits from three areas)
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
AH 1700 Art History 3
Music 1050 or 1000 Fundamentals or Survey 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences
(9 credits from 3 areas)
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
GEOG 2010 World Geography 3
*Science & Mathematics 11
MATH 1010 3
BIO 1000 4
Select One:
Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Meteorology, or Physics 4
Health and Physical Education 3
ID 1225 Issues of Contemporary Health 3


ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 21

PSY 2110 Psychology of Adolescence 3
PSY 3310 Psychology of Learning 3
PSY 2100 Child Psychology 3
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
ID 3051 Computer Technology in Today’s Inclusive Society 3
ID 3163 Building Inclusive Environments Through Positive Behavioral Supports 3
HIST 2304 U.S. History 1877 to Present 3


ACADEMIC MAJOR 30 (OR MORE)

A minimum of 30 S.H. in a liberal arts or science major as outlined in the Kean University Catalog. See academic advisor in that department for requirements. The 5-8
Endorsement is available to those whose academic major is: English, Mathematics,
Chemistry/Physics, Biology, Earth Science, History, Spanish, or Math/Science
/Technology. To be eligible for the elementary school with subject matter with
specialization endorsement, the candidate must pass the Elementary Content
Knowledge Praxis and the Praxis in the area of specialization.


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 35

Sophomore Level
SPED 2120 Introductory Field Experience In Special Education 3
SPED 2200 The Multicultural Learner in Diverse Settings 3
Junior Level
SPED 3000 Principles and Practices for the Contemporary Educator (WE) 3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Experience for Educators Across Settings 2
EMSE 3123 Math & Science in Elementary Education 3
EDUC 3400 Language Arts/Reading in the Preschool and Elementary Curriculum 3
EMSE 3140 Social Studies and Contemporary Issues 3
EMSE 3300 Curriculum & Philosophy in Middle School 3
Senior Level
SPED 4135 Special Education Student Teaching 9
SPED 4200 Educator in the Diversified Classroom 3
(SPED 4135 & SPED 4200 must be taken concurrently)

TOTAL 131 


B.A. DEGREE ENGLISH MAJOR: ENGLISH/TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

OPTION: DUAL CERTIFICATION FOR TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 

AND K-12 ENGLISH

GENERAL EDUCATION 62-63

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitute credit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2023 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 31 -32

*Humanities 9
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
Select two courses from two different areas: Fine Arts or Art History 3
Music or Theatre 3
Philosophy or Religion 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences 9
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
SOC 1000 or ANTH 1800 3
*Science & Mathematics 10-11
MATH 1010 3
BIO 1000 4
Select One:
Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, ID, Geology, Meteorology, or Physics 3 or 4
Health and Physical Education 3
ID 1225 Issues of Contemporary Health 3

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 18

COMM2405 Public Speaking 3
PSY 2110 Psychology of Adolescence 3
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
ID 3051 Computer Technology in Today’s Inclusive Society 3
ID 3163 Building Inclusive Environments Through Positive Behavioral Supports 3
ENG 2255 Young Adult Lit. 3

ACADEMIC MAJOR 39

A maximum of two C’s is permitted in all English courses. All other grades in English
must be at least a B-.

REQUIRED COURSES:

ENG 2000 Writing about Lit* 3
ENG 2001 Crit. Approaches to Lit.** 3
ENG 2101 Struct. & Orig. of English*** 3
ENG 2205 British Literature I**** 3
ENG 2206 British Literature II**** 3
ENG 2220 American Literature I**** 3
ENG 2221 American Literature II**** 3
ENG 2215 Shakespeare Survey**** 3

*This course should be taken at the very beginning of the major.
** This course should be taken immediately following (not before or with) ENG 2000. 
*** Students passing a departmental challenge test in linguistics may substitute any 
upper-level linguistics elective for this course. 
**** Survey courses should be taken before upperlevel major electives.

ENGLISH ELECTIVES 12

(Must include at least 9 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level)

MAJOR/GE CAPSTONE COURSE

ENG 4800 Senior Seminar (WE) 3

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 32

Sophomore Level
SPED 2120 Introductory Field Experience In Special Education 3
SPED 2200 The Multicultural Learner in Diverse Settings 3
Junior Level
EDUC 3000 Curr. & Eval. & Learner 3
SPED 3000 Principles and Practices for the Contemporary Educator3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Experience for Educators Across Settings 2
EMSE 3210 English Education, K-12 (WE) 3
EDUC 3401 Language Arts/Reading, K-12 3
Senior Level
EDUC 4000 Teacher & Classroom 3
SPED 4135 Special Education Student Teaching 9
(SPED 4135 & EDUC 4000 (must be taken concurrently)

TOTAL 133 - 134

B.A. DEGREE HISTORY MAJOR: HISTORY/TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

OPTION: DUAL CERTIFICATION FOR TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 

AND K-12 HISTORY

GENERAL EDUCATION 65-66

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitutecredit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
Health & Physical Education (3 S.H.)
ID 1225 Issues in Contemp. Health
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2023 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 31-32

*Humanities (9 credits from three areas)
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
Select two courses from two different areas:
Music or Theatre 3
Philosophy or Religion 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences (9 credits from 3 areas)
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
SOC 1000 Introduction to Sociology 3
*Science & Mathematics 10-11
MATH or Computer Science 3
BIO 1000 4
Select One:
Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geology, Meteorology, or Physics 3 or 4

Additional Requirements 21

PSY 2110 Psychology of Adolescence 3
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
ID 3051 Computer Technology in Today’s Inclusive Society 3
ID 3162 Families as Collaborators in the Classroom School Comm 3
ID 3163 Building Inclusive Environments Through Positive Behavioral Supports 3
ECON 1020 3
GEOG 2010 World Geography    3


ACADEMIC MAJOR 36 (OR MORE)

See academic advisor in that department for requirements. All major courses, including the capstone require a grade of C or better.

COURSES:

HIST 1030 Western Civilization 3
HIST 3000 Perspectives in History 3
HIST 2303 US History I 3
HIST 2304 US History II 3
A 2000-3000 level course from either:
African, Asian, Latin, or Middle Eastern History 3
Two 3000-4000 level in European History 6

MAJOR ELECTIVES:

HIST 3000 Perspect. In History 3
9 Semester Hours at the 3000-4000 level 9

MAJOR/GE CAPSTONE

HIST 4990 Senior Seminar (WE) 3
Sophomore Level
SPED 2120  Introductory Field Exp    3
SPED 2200  Multicultural Learner/Diverse Settings    3
Junior Level
EDUC 3000 Curr & Eval & Learner     3
SPED 3000 Prin & Pract Contemp Educ (WE)    3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Exp.    2
EDUC 3401 Lang/Rdg K-12     3
EMSE 3240 Social Studies/Contemp Issues in Educ   3
Senior Level
SPED 4135 Professional Field Exp     9
EDUC 4000 Teacher & Classroom           3
(SPED 4135 & EDUC 4000 must be taken concurrently)

 

B.A. DEGREE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES MAJOR: MATH/TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Option: Dual certification for teacher of students with disabilities and k-12 math GENERAL EDUCATION 64 - 65

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitute credit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2024 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 31 - 32

*Humanities (9 credits from three areas)
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
Select two courses from two different areas:
Fine Arts or Art History 3
Music or Theatre 3
Philosophy or Religion 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences (9 credits from 3 areas)
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
SOC 1000 Introduction to Sociology 3
ANTH 1800
*Science & Mathematics 10-11
MATH 1054 Pre-Calculus 3
PHYS 2095 Physics I OR
PHYS 2091 General Physics 4
ID 3051 Computer Technology in Today’s Inclusive Society 3
ID 3163 Building Inclusive Environments Through Positive Behavioral Supports 3

 

HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3

ID 1225 Issues of Contemporary Health 3

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 20

PSY 2110 Psychology of Adolescence 3
CPS 1231 Fund of Comp Science
CPS 2231 Comp Org and Prog
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
ID 3051 Computer Technology in Today’s Inclusive Society 3
ID 3163 Building Inclusive Environments Through Positive Behavioral Supports 3

ACADEMIC MAJOR 40

A minimum of 28+9 credits of electives in Math major as outlined in the Kean University catalog. See academic advisor in that department for requirements. All major courses, including the Capstone, require a grade of C or better.

COURSES:

MATH 2411 Calculus I 3
MATH 2412 Calculus II 3
MATH 2800 Mathematical Software 1
MATH 2995 Matrix & Linear Algebra 3
MATH 3110 Intro to Proofs 3
MATH 3342 Eucl. & Non-Eucl. Geom 3
MATH 3451 Calculus III 3
MATH 3452 Calculus IV 3
MATH 3455 Differential Equations 3
MATH 3544 Probability & Math Stat. 3

MAJOR ELECTIVES 9

Selected with departmental advisement at the 3000-4000 level.

MAJOR/GE CAPSTONE COURSE

MATH 4890 Senior Seminar In Math (WE) 3


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 32

Sophomore Level
SPED 2120 Introductory Field Experience In Special Education 3
SPED 2200 The Multicultural Learner in Diverse Settings 3
Junior Level
EDUC 3000 Curr. & Eval. & Learner 3
SPED 3000 Principles and Practices for the Contemporary Educator (WE) 3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Experience for Educators Across Settings 2
EMSE 3220 Math Education in K-12 3
EDUC 3401 Language Arts/Reading, K-12 3
Senior Level
EDUC 4000 Teacher & Classroom 3
SPED 4135 Special Education Student Teaching 9
(SPED 4135 & EDUC 4000 must be taken concurrently)

TOTAL 136 - 137


B.S. DEGREE EARTH SCIENCE MAJOR: EARTH SCIENCE/TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

OPTION: DUAL CERTIFICATION FOR TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 

AND K-12 EARTH SCIENCE

GENERAL EDUCATION 69

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitute credit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2024 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 32

*Humanities (9 credits from three areas)
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
Select two courses from two different areas: 
Music or Theatre 3
Philosophy or Religion 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences (9 credits from 3 areas)
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
SOC 1000 or ANTH 1800 3
*Science & Mathematics 11
MATH 2411 Calculus 3
BIO 1000 Principles of Biology 4
CHEM 1083 Chemistry I 4
Health and Physical Education 3
ID 1225 Issues of Contemporary Health 3

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 24

PSY 2110 Psychology of Adolescence 3
CHEM 1084 Chemistry II 4
PHYS 2091 General Physics I 4
PHYS 2092 General Physics II 4
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
ID 3051 Computer Tech Today's Inclu Soc
ID 3163 Bldg Inclu Environ Pos Beh Sup


 

ACADEMIC MAJOR 31

A minimum of 31 credits in Earth Science courses as outlined in the Kean University
catalog. See academic advisor in that department for requirements. All major courses, including the Capstone, require a grade of C or better.

REQUIRED COURSES:

ASTR 1100 Intro to Astronomy 4
GEOL 1200 Intro to Geology 4
METR 1300 Intro to Meteorology 4
METR 2300 Climatology 3
GEOL 3266 Hydrology 4
OCEN 3453 Oceanography 4
One of the following courses: 4
GEOL 3261 Mineralogy 
GEOL 3263 Structure Geology
GEOL 3264 Invert Paleontology
GEOL 3265 Geomorphology

MAJOR/GE CAPSTONE COURSE

ES 4953-4954 E.S. Seminar I& II (WE) 2,2
OR
ES 4963-4964 E.S. Honors Research Seminar I&II 2,2

 

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 32

Sophomore Level
SPED 2120 Introductory Field Experience In Special Education 3
SPED 2200 The Multicultural Learner in Diverse Settings 3 
Junior Level
EDUC 3000 Curr. & Eval. & Learner 3
SPED 3000 Principles and Practices for the Contemporary Educator (WE) 3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Experience for Educators Across Settings 2
EMSE 3230 Math & Science K-12 3
EDUC 3401 Language Arts/Reading, K-12 3
Senior Level
SPED 4135 Special Education Student Teaching 9
EDUC 4000 Teacher & Classroom 3
(SPED 4135 & EDUC 4000 must be taken concurrently)

TOTAL 132


B.A. DEGREE BIOLOGY MAJOR: BIOLOGY/TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

OPTION: DUAL CERTIFICATION FOR TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 

AND K-12 BIOLOGY

GENERAL EDUCATION 68

FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS 13

GE 1000 Transition to Kean** 1
[** Required of all Freshman and transfers with fewer than 10 credits. If waived, student can substitute credit with Free Elective.]
ENG 1030 Composition 3
MATH 1000 College Algebra 3
COMM1402 Speech Communication 3
GE 2024 Research & Technology 3

DISCIPLINARY & INTERDISCIPLINARY REQUIREMENTS 32

*Humanities (9 credits from three areas)
ENG 2403 World Literature 3
Select two courses from two different areas:
Fine Arts or Art History 3
Music or Theatre 3
Philosophy or Religion 3
*Social/Behavioral Sciences (9 credits from 3 areas)
HIST 1000 History of Civil Society in America 3
PSY 1000 General Psychology 3
SOC 1000 or ANTH 1800 3
*Science & Mathematics 11
MATH 1054 Pre-Calculus 3
CHEM 1083 Chemistry I 4
CHEM 1084 Chemistry II 4
Health and Physical Education 3
ID 1225 Issues of Contemporary Health 3

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 23

PSY 2110 Psychology of Adolescence 3
PHYS 2091 General Physics I 4
PHYS 2092 General Physics II 4
ES 1000 Observing the Earth 3
ID 2052 Human Exceptionality 3
ID 3051 Computer Technology in Today’s Inclusive Society 3
ID 3163 Building Inclusive Environments Through Positive Behavioral Supports 3

ACADEMIC MAJOR

A minimum of 31 credits as a Bio Science major as outlined in the Kean University catalog. See academic advisor in that department for requirements. Note – No Major Capstone course. All major courses require a grade of C or better.

REQUIRED COURSES: 31 (OR MORE)

BIO 2200 Cell Biology 4
BIO 2400 Genes, Organisms, Pop. 4
BIO 2500 Prin. of Botany 4
BIO 3400 Zoology Form & Function 4
BIO 3614 Prin. of Ecology 4
BIO 3704 Prin. of Genetics 3

MAJOR ELECTIVES 8

At the 3000-4000 level, selected with departmental advisement.

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 32

Sophomore Level
SPED 2120 Introductory Field Experience In Special Education 3
SPED 2200 The Multicultural Learner in Diverse Settings 3
Junior Level
EDUC 3000 Curr. & Eval. & Learner 3
SPED 3000 Principles and Practices for the Contemporary Educator (WE) 3
SPED 3001 Preprofessional Field Experience for Educators Across Settings 2
EMSE 3230 Math & Science K-12 3
EDUC 3401 Language Arts/Reading, K-12 3
Senior Level
EDUC 4000 Teacher & Classroom 3
SPED 4135 Special Education Student Teaching 9
(SPED 4135 & EDUC 4000 must be taken concurrently)

TOTAL 131

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