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BA in Adolescence Education (Grades 7-12)

The Adolescence program aims at preparing teacher candidates to work with diverse populations through the development of a strong professional commitment and a disposition that all students can learn. 

Program Plans: 

The program plans indicate admission and course requirements for each specific degree. For Childhood Education, there are six concentrations. Separate program plans for Dual Certification (Early Childhood and Childhood Education) are listed. In addition, there are requirements for New York State Initial Teaching Certification
 

Worksheets for BA/BS in Adolescence Education (Grades 7-12)

BS Adolescence Education Biology

BA Adolescence Education English

BA Adolescence Education Social Studies

BA Adolescence Education Spanish

BA Adolescence Education Mathematics

 


Co-requisites for the Major
Course Number
Course Name
Credits
MTH 153 Mathematics for Education
3
PSY 213 Adolescent Psychology
3

Departmental Courses required for the Major
Course Number
Course Name
Credits
EDU 201 Principles and Procedures of Education
3
EDU 202 Foundational Theory
3
EDU 210 Introduction to Special Education
3
EDU 250 Introductory Field Experience
1
EDU 350 Field Experience II
1
EDU 337 Instruction and Assessment Strategies on the Secondary Level
3
EDU 374 Literacy and Learning in the Middle and Secondary Schools
3
EDU 375 Literacy Across the Curriculum: Teaching Reading in the Content Areas
3
BIO, ENG, MTH, HST [Soc. Stud], and SPA (BA degrees) Choose one teaching area of expertise and earn at least this minimal number of credits
30
   
 
EDU 462 Capstone: Observation and Student Teaching for Teaching Adolescence Education
9

Total credits required for this major: 65