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LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES: CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (TEACHER EDUCATION TRANSFER)

A.S. Degree - Transfer Program

Department:Dept. of Education & Human Services

School(s): Community Engagement & Development

MCC Program Code: EC01
CIP Code: 24.0199
NYSED Code (BRI): 29448
NYSED Code (DCC): 29450
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100% of this program can be completed online.

This program's design is based on: New MCC General Education

Description
This program is designed to support and encourage progress toward a baccalaureate degree and NYS teacher certification for students interested in pursuing teaching as a career. The Liberal Arts and Sciences: Childhood Education (Teacher Education Transfer) degree is specifically for students interested in teaching grade levels1-6.
Preparing to become a teacher is an exciting and challenging endeavor. This course of study provides students with the opportunity to experience the basic fundamentals of teaching in the classroom, while studying various integral aspects of the profession. The course of study also provides students with a balance of course work between completing Education classes, General Education requirements, and pursuing courses within the students' selected academic major.
MCC students also have the opportunity to apply for membership into Pi Lambda Theta, the International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education. MCC is the first community college in the nation invited to join this honor society.
(Housed in the Education Department)

Program Learning Outcomes
1. Identify professional expectations and responsibilities for a basic understanding of teaching as a career in childhood education (grades 1-6).
2. Articulate professional expectations and responsibilities for a basic understanding of teaching as a career in childhood education (grades 1-6).
3. Analyze philosophical, sociological and historical trends that have influenced their application to teaching today.
4. Analyze the critical issues in General Education and Special Education for application in classroom environments.
5. Apply subject matter knowledge of the teaching profession in work with diverse student populations through a childhood field work experience.

Employment Potential
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Requirements for Program Entrance
Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry or MTH 104 (Level 6).

Distribution RequirementsCredit Hours
FIRST SEMESTER: 16 Credit Hours
ENG 101 College Composition OR
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
3
EDU 100 Introduction to the Teaching Profession 1
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychological Science 3
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - FOREIGN LANGUAGE (SUNY-FL) ELECTIVE** 3
MTH 155 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I 3
HED 116 Issues in Child Development and Health 3
Total 16
SECOND SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
EDU 200 Foundations of Education 3
PSY 201 Developmental Psychology- Child 3
CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE* 3
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - FOREIGN LANGUAGE (SUNY-FL) ELECTIVE** 3
MTH 156 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II 3
Total 15
THIRD SEMESTER: 15-18 Credit Hours
EDU 208 Guided Fieldwork in Education 3
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - NATURAL SCIENCES (SUNY-NS) ELECTIVE 3-4
HIS 111 United States History I - to 1865 OR
HIS 112 United States History II - since 1865
3
EDU 125 Technology in Education 2
CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE* 3
CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE* 1-3
Total15-18
FOURTH SEMESTER: 14-15 Credit Hours
EDU 230 Introduction to Special Education 3
MCC GENERAL EDUCATION - SCIENTIFIC REASONING (MCC-SCI) ELECTIVE 3
CONCENTRATION ELECTIVE* 2-3
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - HUMANITIES (SUNY-H) ELECTIVE# 3
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION -THE ARTS (SUNY-A) OR SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - HUMANITIES (SUNY-H) ELECTIVE 3
Total 14-15
TOTAL CREDITS 60-64
*Course selection must be made in consultation with an academic advisor to fulfill concentration/major requirements - for transfer institution. PSY 261 is strongly recommended for transfer.
**A sequence of two courses in the same foreign language is required for transfer.
***SCI 131 and SCI 132 recommended.
#Choose any English literature course from the SUNY-H list; ENG 215 is recommended

Revised 11/4/2020

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