Requirement Description

College Coursework - Foundations of Education
 
COLLEGE COURSEWORK

College coursework is study taken for college credit, completed at or transferred to a degree-granting institution of higher education approved by the New York State Commissioner of Education or a regional accrediting agency. Coursework must be offered for degree credit by the college, whether or not you obtain the degree.

Pedagogical coursework must be earned at an institution of higher education with an approved teacher education program that leads to teacher certification in the state in which the college is located, or a community college with an articulation agreement with such an institution (contact your college).

Unacceptable coursework is that which is not credit-bearing or not applicable toward a degree. Examples of unacceptable coursework: professional development courses, continuing education courses, often measured in Continuing Education Units (CEUs), audited courses, and courses that have been waived or for advanced placement (such as high school courses) without credit toward a degree.

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Acceptable Grades

Semester Hour Equivalents

 
Acceptable studies include courses in history, philosophy, or sociology of education; multicultural education; and urban education. Pedagogy (professional education) courses must be earned in an approved teacher education program at an institution of higher education that offers a bachelor's or higher degree. The institution must also be approved by the Commissioner of Education or a regional accrediting agency.