Childhood/Special Education

Major Requirements

The following courses are required for the Childhood /Students with Disabilities Program. General Education and content area courses are also required to complete the bachelor's degree.

Major field choices for the childhood program are: Biology, Communications, English, Mathematics, History, or LOTE (Spanish).

For additional general education courses and those that are highly-recommended, please refer to the Molloy College catalog under "Programs for Childhood and Childhood/Special Education."

There are 46* credits required as follows:

Phase I: Apprentice semester (16 credits)

EDU 3290

Strategies for All Learners in the Diverse Classroom

3

EDU 3300

Field Experience in a School Setting

0

EDU 3310 Assessment, Diagnosis & Testing

3
EDU 3350 Identification of Exceptionalities  3
EDU 3600

Foundations of Education for Regular and Special Education Teachers

3

EDU 3610

Law and Professionalism in Inclusive Settings

1

EDU 3650

Critical Examination of Issues in Education

3

Phase II: Preprofessional semester (15 credits*)
EDU 3380 Literacy in the Content Areas for Childhood E/C 6
EDU 3410

Mathematics in the Diverse Classroom

3

EDU 3460

Science in the Diverse Classroom

3

EDU 3510

Social Studies in the Diverse Classroom

3

EDU 3570

Field Experience in a School Setting

0

Phase III: Professional semester (9 credits*)
EDU 4820

Childhood/Students with Disabilities Student Teaching

8

EDU 4880

Student Teaching Seminar

1

*NOTE: Two Additional Courses are Required for this Program

PSY 331 Assessment, Diagnosis and Testing (3 credits)

PSY 335 Identification of Exceptionalities (3 credits)

 

Education By The Numbers

94%

of education students earn their

NYS teaching certification

10%

Our graduation rate is 10%

higher than other L.I. colleges

48%

Score at a mastery level

on the NYS exam

74

Undergraduates graduated with

128 teaching certifications

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