JCC’s teacher education transfer degree programs provide students with knowledge, skills, theory, and hands-on educational experiences that will prepare them for transfer to a four-year institution with New York state teacher certification authority. Graduates will be able to transfer with full credit and junior status into participating SUNY four-year teacher education programs. Students will begin fulfilling their liberal arts concentration requirements along with courses in education theory and practice. Concentration areas include: biology, chemistry, earth science, English, modern language, general science, history/social studies, mathematics, and physics.
This program is designed to prepare students for transfer to classroom teacher preparation programs in the areas of adolescence education (grades 7-12 subject area) at four-year institutions with New York state teacher certification authority. Students who plan carefully can normally be expected to transfer to a four-year institution as juniors. The transfer institutions may have differing requirements. Students should plan their programs with a transfer counselor and an academic advisor as soon as possible and preferably before beginning their first semester at JCC.
Minimum program credit hours: 60
|General Requirements||21-23 credit hours||Degree Requirements Met|
|ENG 1530: English Composition II||3||BCOM||H||CENG|
|ENG 1540: Writing About Literature||3||HUMA||H||CWRT, VEDP|
|Modern Language Requirement|
Choose from courses within the ARA, FRE, RUS, SPA disciplines.
|PSY 1510: General Psychology||3||SOSC||S||SR|
|PSY 2550: Psychology of Adolescence||3||SOSC||S||SR|
|Mathematics Electives (college level)|
3 credits must be SUNY General Education-category specific.
|Core Requirements||23 credit hours||Degree Requirements Met|
|EDU 1510: Foundations of Education||3|
|Core Specialization Electives||12-18||SUNY||LAS||JCC|
All New York state registered teacher education programs require the completion of a liberal arts specialization. Students should determine specialization areas prior to transferring to begin fulfilling specialization requirements. These courses should be selected with a transfer counselor or academic advisor and reflect the transfer institution’s requirements and the student’s area of academic specialization.
|To supplement program specialization to 23 total credits: EDU 2210, EDU 2450, EDU 2460||7-11|
|Electives||14-16 credit hours||Degree Requirements Met|
Depending on student’s specialization choice, up to 16 credits may need to be SUNY General Education-specific to satisfy all 10 categories and 3 credits may need to be mathematics and sciences electives to earn at least 6 credits in the category.
|Program Student Learning Outcomes|
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to: