Dec 11, 2023  
2023-2024 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog

History/Adolescence Education, B.A./M.S.T.


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Bachelor of Arts/Master of Science for Teachers
Curriculum 0222/0859 Requirements

Adolescence Education Combined Program, B.A./M.S.T.  

Suggested Semester Plan: Program Pathway   

General Education Requirements


Students must meet requirements for general education; see The Cardinal Core Curriculum  for details. Certain courses that fulfill major or cognate requirements may also apply to general education.

Major Departmental Requirements 45 Credits


Advanced Historiography Courses (3 Cr.)


Students must take at least one course from this category. Students may take more than one course from this category; all others will fulfill requirements for “Advanced History Courses” category.

Cognate Requirements: 24-27 Credits


Social Studies Courses (21 cr.)


Language Requirement: (3-6 cr.)


  • Students must complete a Modern Languages course at the 112 level or higher to meet this requirement.

Electives 0 Credits


Certain major/cognate courses may also satisfy GE requirements thus increase elective credits accordingly.

Undergraduate Credits minimum 108
(including General Education Requirements)

Graduate Credits minimum 42

Total Credits minimum 150


Additional Degree Requirements


  1. A minimum grade of C in each course used to meet content area and cognate requirements.
  2. A minimum overall GPA of 2.75 in all required major courses (Major Departmental Requirements).
  3. Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in graduate courses.
  4. No grade lower than a B in required graduate education courses.
  5. Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in graduate courses.
  6. Completion of all college-wide degree requirements (Undergraduate Degree Requirements ).

Note:


*This program leads to New York state teacher certification in Social Studies 7-12.

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