Dec 12, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Secondary Education and Educational Technology Department


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View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: Biology, B.S. View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: Mathematics, B.S.
View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: Chemistry, B.S. View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: Physics, B.S.
View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: Earth Science, B.S. View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: Social Studies, B.S.
View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: English, B.S. View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: Spanish, B.S.
View a sample major map for Adolescence Education: French, B.S. View a sample major map for Family & Consumer Sciences Education, B.S.

Admission to Secondary Education Programs

  1. Declaration of Major (Pre-Professional)
    Upon acceptance to the College students should declare an Adolescence Education Major. Students must begin their professional education courses during their first year.
  2. Application for Candidate Status
    Students apply the fall prior to the methods sequence (the appropriate course listed below).
    1. English Education: ENED 392  
    2. Family and Consumer Sciences Education: FCSE 392  
    3. Foreign Language Education: FLED 392  
    4. Mathematics Education: MTHE 392  
    5. Science Education: SCED 392  
    6. Social Science Education: SSED 392 

      To be eligible, the student must meet the following:
      1. Must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA in their professional education core courses, a minimum “B” (3.0) cumulative GPA, and 2.8 minimum average in their major field courses.
      2. Have no more than a total of three grades below “C” (2.0) in the professional education or major field courses.
      3. Must have passed the College Writing Exam.
      4. Have completed all coursework except those attributed to student teaching by the beginning of the student teaching semester.
  3. Application for Student Teaching
    Secondary Students must apply for student teaching during their methods course. Students will follow the application procedures determined by the Office of Education Advisement and Field Experience. At the time of admission to student teaching, students must be candidates and have met the following requirements:
    1. Students must successfully complete all student teaching prerequisites designated by their major program.
    2. Candidates must have a minimum cumulative “B” (3.0) GPA, a minimum 2.8 GPA in their major field courses, and a minimum 3.0 GPA in the professional education courses.
    3. No more than a total of three grades below “C” (2.0) in the professional courses or in the major field.
    4. Removal of all incomplete and pending grades in required courses.
    5. Approval by the Office of Education Advisement and Field Experience in collaboration with the Chair of Secondary Education and Educational Technology.
    6. All secondary methods courses require a “B-” or better.
  4. Student Teaching Placements
    Student teaching placements are made by the Office of Education Advisement and Field Experience in collaboration with the Chair of Secondary Education and Educational Technology.

Note: All education programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and approved by the New York State Regents and the New York State Education Department. Although this catalog was accurate when submitted for publication, students should check with their advisor or the Office of Education Advisement & Field Experience concerning course or programmatic changes before matriculating into or registering for courses in these programs.

Programs

    Bachelor of SciencePost Baccalaureate Certificate

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