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Education

Creating Agents of Change is the conceptual framework for professional education at The College of New Jersey, guiding all teacher-preparation programs in the School of Education and throughout the College. Based on current thinking, research, and practice regarding the nature of learning, teaching, schooling, and leadership, the framework supports the creation of an informed, active, and reflective educator and practitioner who is effective in influencing positive change in multiple academic, clinical, and professional settings.

Degree Programs

Degree Program Overview
Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education*
Bachelor of Science Elementary Education*
Bachelor of Science Speech Pathology and Audiology
Bachelor of Science Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing/Early Childhood Education (non-certification at the baccalaureate level; 5 year dual certification at the master’s level)*
Bachelor of Science Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing/Elementary Education (non-certification at the baccalaureate level; 5 year dual certification at the master’s level)*
Bachelor of Science Special Education/Early Childhood Education(non-certification at the baccalaureate level; 5 year dual certification at the master’s level)*
Bachelor of Science Special Education/Elementary Education*
(non-certification at the baccalaureate level; 5 year dual certification at the master’s level)
Bachelor of Science Urban Education/Early Childhood Education (non-certification at the baccalaureate level; 5 year dual certification at the master’s level)
Bachelor of Science Urban Education/Elementary Education/ (non-certification at the baccalaureate level; 5 year dual certification at the master’s level)
Secondary Teacher Preparation Programs Educational Administration and Secondary Education
Students seeking certification to teach at the secondary level enroll in one of the following academic majors:
Chemistry, Physics, English, History, Mathematics, Biology

* Students enrolled in the Early Childhood and Elementary Education majors are required to also select one of the following second majors: Art, Biology, English, History, Mathematics, Music, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Integrative STEM Education

Other Programs

American Sign Language (ASL)

Undergraduate Global Programs

Graduate Programs

Links

» Download Introduction to the School of Education, includes requirements for teacher education candidates (PDF)

» Visit School of Education website

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