What is the Undergraduate Adolescent Education Program?
Undergraduate Adolescent Education Program is one of the three undergraduate teacher education programs at CSI. It follows a common vision of the Department, preparing educators who possess intellectual autonomy and professional responsibility.
It has served a wide population in the New York/New Jersey area and, for the past several decades, graduated hundreds of educators.
Its faculty are dedicated educators who have extensive experience in teaching and research.
Description of Program and Site
Adolescent Education Program provides the academic course content necessary for certification as a teacher at the adolescent level in the fields of English, foreign languages, mathematics, science, and social studies. The Program is housed within the Department of Education in Room 208, Building 3S.
Adolescent Education Program is not an academic major. Students in the program must complete the requirements of a major in the field in which they plan to teach. At present, the majors include English, Spanish, mathematics, biology, chemistry, and history.