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Adolescence Inclusive Generalist Social Studies Education Program, Grades 5-12

Description

The Department of Education and Human Development offers an Adolescence Inclusive Education Program that includes initial dual certification in Adolescence Social Studies (history major), Grades 5-12 and Students with Disabilities Generalist, Grades 7-12.

Education is not an academic major at Brockport.  Specific advisement is provided for both the academic major and the certification program. Students should contact the Department of Education and Human Development about educational certification requirements and their academic department about major and General Education requirements as early as possible when planning their programs.

Admission to the Program

In order to begin this program, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Completion of 45 credits of college-level work
  • Completion of, or in progress, 12-15 credits in the history major
  • Cumulative GPA > 2.5 earned in content major courses at Brockport
  • Cumulative GPA > 2.5 earned at Brockport and prior college(s)
  • Three recommendations: two recent college professor and professional recommendation (volunteer or work experience)
  • Enrollment in one of the approved academic majors
  • Submission of application essay

Program Requirements

All EDI courses require a minimum grade of "C+." PSH 484 and PRO 370 require a minimum grade of "C."

Teacher candidates are responsible for their own transportation for all off-campus field experiences, including student teaching.

General Education Requirements

Teacher candidates must meet the General Education requirements in effect at the time of matriculation.

Pre-professional Preparation: Academic Major

Teacher candidates seeking certification in Adolescence Inclusive Generalist Social Studies Education must formally declare a major in history and successfully complete all requirements for the major.

Pre-professional Preparation: Generalist Cognates

Social Science Distribution—12 credits

  • PLS 113 American Political Systems
  • ESC 102 Elements of Geography
  • ONE of the following:
    • ECN 100 Contemporary Economic Problems
    • ECN 202 Macro Economics
  • ONE course from ONE of the following areas

Professional Preparation: Education Courses

Notes:

  • *: PSH 484, PRO 370 and EDI 413 may be taken prior to program acceptance.
  • **: EDI 448, 468, and 414 require a 50-hour field experience beyond class time.
  • ***: EDI 430 Can be completed in any phase prior to Phase 4.
  • All pre-professional cognates and professional courses in Phases 1-3 must be completed prior to student teaching

Certification

Students who complete this program are eligible for the College’s recommendation for New York State certification. Program completion and submission of the recommendation request form are also required to secure the College’s recommendation. Additional New York state certification requirements must be satisfied to earn certification. Students are advised to consult the Brockport Certification Office.

Department of Education and Human Development

Department Chair: Donald Halquist
Location: Brown 282
Visit Website
Email: ehdweb@brockport.edu
Phone: (585) 395-2205
Fax: (585) 395-2172

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Deborah L Bussewitz MS
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