Master of Science in Education: Chemistry Education Inclusive Generalist, grades 5-12

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Designed for individuals seeking to become a NY State certified teacher for the first time. Leads to certification in the following three areas: Chemistry grades 7-12, Chemistry grades 5 and 6, and Students with Disabilities Generalist (special education) grades 7-12.  Leads to both initial and professional certification.

Admission to the Program

The application process is managed by the Graduate School. Applicants must have the following qualifications:

  1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
  2. An academic major in the program discipline or equivalent (minimum 30 credits in the discipline).

Program Requirements

Students must meet the College's standards for graduate study.

Initial Sequence Courses

    • EDI 531 Language Skills I  
    • EDI 547 Inclusive Middle Level Teaching in Science  
    • EDI 532 Language Skills II  
    • EDI 567 Teaching Science Inclusively  
    • EDI 519 Assessment in Special Education  

Core Courses

  • EDI 601 Diversity in Education 
  • EDI 603 Educational Assessment and Evaluation 
  • EDI 617 Advanced Methods in Science  
  • EDI 623 Reading Research in Adolescence Science  
  • EDI 793 Seminar in Science Education

Total Minimum Total Credits: 48


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.

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