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Quick Guide to Undergraduate Education Programs
Transcript of Quick Guide to Undergraduate Education Programs
Your Next Steps
Apply to The College at Brockport
Teacher Preparation Programs
Are you thinking about becoming a teacher?
The Department of Education and Human
Development's teacher preparation programs at
The College at Brockport, SUNY prepare graduates
to meet the highest professional teacher standards
for certification in New York state. Let's get started,
to learn more!
The Department has been preparing teachers since 1835, combining theory and practical experiences through courses and field experiences in schools throughout the Brockport and Rochester areas.
The Department offers two initial dual certification programs:
Childhood Inclusive Education and Students with Disabilities, grades 1 - 6
Adolescence Inclusive Generalist
Education in a content area,
grades 5 - 12, and Students
with Disabilities, grades 7 - 12.
Our teacher preparation programs are nationally accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The Department of Education and Human Development is a member of the Professional Education Unit at The College at Brockport.
Both teacher preparation programs, Childhood Inclusive and Adolescence Inclusive Generalist, provide teacher candidates with varied field experiences.
Teacher candidates complete three field placements (150 hours of experience) prior to student teaching, including work in special education classrooms, high needs schools, and both suburban and urban settings.
At Brockport, field experiences are more than observations: they provide candidates with the chance to lead classes and co-teach with experienced education professionals.
Additional Steps to Becoming a Teacher
At Brockport we will be with you from start to finish!
Why Choose Brockport?
September 15 for Spring Admission
February 15 for Fall Admission
For best consideration
, apply by:
Education is not a major
at The College at Brockport. Students select an academic major and apply to either the Childhood Inclusive Program or Adolescence Inclusive Generalist Program.
Apply to a Program
We hope you enjoyed learning more about the teacher
preparation programs here at The College at Brockport, SUNY.
As you complete your education program, the Certification Office will guide you through NYS requirements for Initial Certification.
Longstanding tradition of excellence in
Dedicated and knowledgeable faculty who are
committed to preparing skilled, effective teachers.
Strong partnerships with area school districts provide rich and diverse opportunities for collaboration.
Exceptional value and affordability that is unparallelled.
If you have general questions, please contact:
EHD Grad Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanne Vogler, Secretary of Undergraduate Education Programs
email@example.com or 585-395-5060
If you have advising questions, please contact:
Nancy DiPasquale, Coordinator of Undergraduate Education Programs
firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-395-5942