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  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Adolescence Education 7‐12: Social Studies Concentration, A.A.


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Associate in Arts Degree Program


Hegis Code: 5649
NYSED Code: 27229/ 27230/ 27231/ 29232/ 27234

Program Description

Students who complete this program earn an Associate in Arts degree in Humanities and Social Science: Adolescence Education 7-12, with a concentration in English. This program should be followed by students who plan to transfer to a four-year college to study adolescence education. The program is a jointly registered program with SUNY New Paltz. A student who completes the program and meets GPA and minimum grade transfer requirements will be admitted into the adolescence education program at New Paltz. Students planning to transfer to a college other than SUNY New Paltz will receive individual advisement to facilitate their transfer.

Program Outcomes

At the completion of the Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social Science‐Adolescence Education 7‐12 Degree program: a student will be able to

  • Acquire a broad base of knowledge in their concentration: English, Social Studies or Spanish;
  • Decide if teaching junior high or high school is a realistic career for them;
  • Integrate critical thinking, problem solving, and creative skills with information and theories about education;
  • Discuss the educational system as a democracy;
  • Discuss and write about their classroom observations in terms of a diverse student population.

NOTE: All Liberal Arts and Sciences: Humanities and Social Science concentrations continue with the fifth through eighth semester sequence at SUNY New Paltz. The New Paltz curriculum follows the SUNY Ulster concentrations curricula below.

All students in the Adolescence Education Programs must be fingerprinted before they register for their field placement course, which is taken in the second year: EDU 206 Applied Adolescent Development for Education majors. The results will be valid for SUNY Ulster, SUNY New Paltz, and for New York State teacher licensing.

Employment Potential

Graduates of the program who go on to earn a baccalaureate degree from SUNY New Paltz or another four‐year institution and a New York State teaching certificate will be qualified to teach at the secondary school level.

Requirements for Program Entry

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Satisfactory placement in Entering Student Assessment

Developmental Assistance Available

For students who do not meet basic reading and math requirements or who have other learning issues, extra assistance is readily available through SUNY Ulster’s Learning Center, The Gary and Janaki Math Center, the Writing Center, the Peer and Friend Tutor Program, and English as a Second Language (ESL) tutors.

For More Information

For more information contact Admissions 1‐800‐724‐0833 ext. 5018 or 5022

 

Curriculum


Semester Credits 15


Semester Credits 16


Semester Credits 16


Fourth Semester ‐ SUNY Ulster


Semester Credits 15


Total Credits ‐ SUNY Ulster 62


* Students who take one 200‐intermediate level foreign language satisfy their foreign language requirement. They may then substitute any other course in place of the second foreign language.
Minimum grades for New Paltz: C in PSY 206 , EDU 203 , and foreign languages; B in ENG 101  and ENG 102 .

Note:


Through advisement, students will also fulfill General Education Requirements .

All first time college students matriculated in a degree program, including Early College students, former Collegian students now attending the College and students with no prior college experience, are required to take the one-credit FYE 101  course.

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