The Department houses undergraduate programs in English Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Foreign Language Education (French and Spanish), Mathematics Education, Science Education (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics), and Social Studies Education.
For those interested in programs beginning Fall 2016 or later choose links directly below:
For those interested in programs beginning Fall 2015 or later choose links directly below:
For those interested in programs initiated prior to Fall 2015 choose links directly below:
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 New
York State Education Department. Although this information was accurate
when posted, 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. An overview of Bachelor of Science majors offered, requirements for the majors, admission to Secondary Education Programs and certification requirements can be found in the undergraduate catalog.
The curriculum in
each of these teacher education programs have three dimensions: general
education, content education, and professional education. These
dimensions are intended to produce professionals who will be effective
facilitators of learning. To view these three
dimensions, click here.
The teacher preparation programs meet all New York
State Board of Education regulations and the NCATE standards.