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2+2 Transfer Pathway Guides

2+2 with St. John Fisher University

B.S. Inclusive Childhood Education (EC61)

MCC Degree Awarded:

Liberal Arts & Sciences: Childhood Education (Teacher Education Transfer) A.S. (EC03)

Please note that some courses required in a 2+2 Transfer Pathway may not be required for the MCC program. This could have financial aid implications. Students should meet with their advisor or with a transfer representative to discuss an academic plan and recommended sequence of courses.
2+2SheetMajor Listing Sheet

Make sure to view the Major Listing Sheet tab above.  

FIRST SEMESTER 16 credits:  
SUNY Basic Communication ENG 101 College Composition or ENG 200 Advanced Composition  
* Grade of 'C' or higher in ALL COURSES used toward Education major and NYS Content core required by St. John Fisher University.

American Sign Language (ASL) courses are acceptable for Childhood Education Majors.  
PSY 101   Introduction to Psychological Science  
EDU 100   Introduction to the Teaching Profession  
MTH 155   Mathematics for Elementary Education Teachers I  
HED 116   Issues in Child Development and Health  
SUNY -FL   SUNY Foreign Language  
SECOND SEMESTER 15 credits:  
EDU 200   Foundations of Education  
+ CONTENT COURSES: See Major Listing Sheet tab above.
PSY 201   Developmental Psychology – Child  
MTH 156   Mathematics for Elementary Education Teachers I  
SUNY - FL   SUNY Foreign Language (Choose second course in same language)  
Open Elective   Choose content course +  
THIRD SEMESTER 17-19 credits:  
EDU 208   Guided Observation in Education  
HIS 111 or 112   United States History I to 1865 or United States History II since 1865  
EDU 125   Technology in Education  
SUNY Natural Science   PHY 120/121, 131, 132, 145, 146, 154, 155, 161; or GEO 101 or SCI 131. Recommend SCI 131  
Open Elective   Choose content course +  
Open Elective   Choose content course +  
FOURTH SEMESTER 15-16 credits:  
EDU 230   Introduction to Special Education   EDU 230 is required by St. John Fisher. PSY 261 will transfer as a PSY Elective.
Open Elective   Choose content course +  
SUNY Arts or SUNY Humanities   Choose any ART designated course from SUNY Arts  
MCC Science (MSCI)   Choose one: BIO 120, BIO 155 or CHE 124, 151 or SCI 132.
Recommend SCI 132  
SUNY Humanities   Choose an English Literature course  
Students seeking Inclusive Childhood Education certification (Grades 1-6) without Middle School Extension must major in Inclusive Childhood Education and another approved liberal arts major or concentration: Media and Communication, Computer Science, Economics, English, Sport Management, History, Psychology, Mathematics, Spanish, American Studies, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Sociology.

The second major or concentration may require candidates to complete more than the minimum 120 credits required for degree completion.

Students seeking Inclusive Childhood Education with Middle School Extension, grades7-9, must select an approved major or concentration in one of the following content areas: American studies, history, English, Spanish, science (biology, chemistry, or physics), or mathematics. Candidates with any second major or concentration may also opt to take EDUC 331 – Differentiated Curriculum, instruction, and Assessment in Early Childhood (2 credits), EDUC 332 – Practicum in Early Childhood (1 credit) and EDUC 104 and 105 – Clinical Experiences in Early Childhood (0) (50 hours) to obtain early childhood certification, Birth – Grade 2.  

Link to SJFC program  

While every effort is made to ensure accurate information, students are strongly advised to verify course transferability with the four-year institution as they will make the final determination of transfer credit.  
When choosing content courses:  

GPA of 3.0 or higher is advised for acceptance into SJFC School of Education.
GPA of 2.0 is required for MCC graduation.

The Liberal Arts & Science: Inclusive Childhood Education (Teacher Education Transfer ) A.S. (EC03) will be the degree student is audited against and awarded from MCC.

Documentation Source: 2022-2023 Advisement and Transfer Services.
Updated 5/2021