Southern New Hampshire University face education today. The program uses course work from the university core (48 credits), education (12 credits) and an individualized plan of study (45 credits) that draws from various disciplines related to education to satisfy the major. The program will also include nine credits of free electives by advisement.
General Studies in Education Bachelor of Arts B.A./B.S. Core:
EDU 235 is used by the School of Education to satisfy the IT 100 competencies in the B.A./B.S. core for all education students enrolled in a certiﬁcation program. Major Courses Courses are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated. EDU EDU PSY SPED
200 235 201 260
Introduction to Education Learning with Technology Educational Psychology Children with Exceptionalities Major Credits: 12
Plan of Study within General Studies in Education A plan of study allows the individual to design a program to accomplish career goals in the areas of educational services or related ﬁelds that do not require certiﬁcation. Individuals may select courses from the following related disciplines to complete the 45 credit hours for the General Studies in Education program. Students must petition for acceptance to this program prior to designing a plan of study with an academic advisor from the School of Education. Allied Disciplines: Elementary Education Early Childhood education Child Development Special Education Psychology Literature Secondary Education Total Allied Credits: 45 These credits must be completed from other disciplines with advisor approval. Credits: 15 Total Credits: 120
Conversion Program Students who already hold a bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) in one of the secondary teaching ﬁelds (English, history or political science) may earn teacher certiﬁcation through a teaching conversion program. Though students do not have to complete the B.A./B.S. core, they must meet all the other requirements of the particular teacher certiﬁcation program, including supervised student teaching. Interested students should contact the program coordinator/department chair.
Published on Oct 19, 2009