Master of Arts in Education: Teaching
The concentration in Teaching is designed for liberal arts graduates who desire to make a career change to enter the field of teaching. Teachers in service both in private and public schools who lack full certification may also complete certification. Candidates who complete this concentration and pass the appropriate Praxis Examination(s) may qualify for state certification in one of the following areas: Elementary Education, Art, English, Business, Music, Social Studies, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science, Biological Science, and Physical Science. Candidates who wish to pursue Spanish, French, or Italian Language certification must complete additional requirements listed on the NJDOE web site. Middle School Subject Area (referred to as Elementary with Specialization) is available in a variety of subjects.
|GE-502||Psychological Foundations of Learning||3|
|GE-505||Directed Research in Education||3|
|GE-614||Overview of Educational Disabilities for Specialized Instruction||3|
|GE-510||Principles of Curriculum Design and Development||3|
|GE-512||Assessment of Student Ability and Achievement||3|
|GE-540||Fundamentals of Methodology||3|
|GE-555||Computers in Curriculum Design Development and Evaluation||3|
|GE-570||Foundations of Reading Curriculum Design and Development||3|
|GE-550||Clinical Practice I: Early Childhood and Elementary Classroom Setting||4|
|GE-551||Clinical Practice II: Early Childhood and Elementary Classroom Setting||8|
Students with Teaching Certification of 3 years of full-time permanent teaching are exempt from student teaching and must take 3 elective courses to complete their degree.