Transition to Teaching Certificate-Elementary
The Transition to Teaching program with specializations in Elementary and Secondary is designed for individuals interested in gaining the knowledge and expertise required in the field of teaching. The program is an alternative-route program designed to meet the academic requirements established for state licensure. The program curriculum is focused on educational foundations, classroom management, instructional methods, assessment, and diversity. The elementary program also includes field experiences and a full-time student teaching experience. (24 credits)
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