Adolescence Education Programs:

-French

-Spanish

Adolescence Education Certification Program in French or Spanish (B.A. Degree)

Secondary education students are majors in the department of their certification area. Students in this program have to complete the requirements for the French and Spanish major with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in those courses. In addition, secondary education students are required to complete the following courses:

  • EDU 105 Introduction to Contemporary Education
  • EDU 224 Adolescent Development and Child Abuse Workshop
  • EDU 250 Introduction to the Exceptional Child
  • EDU 276 Foundations of Literature and Technology in the Elementary School
  • EDU 305 Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in the Classroom
  • EDU 349 Educational Psychology and Child Abuse Workshop
  • EDU 419 Adolescence (Secondary) Methods - Foreign Languages
  • EDU 430 Student Teaching in the Secondary School (15 credits)

Students should declare their major in Adolescence Education Cerfication in French or Spanish as soon as possible. At the same time, it is essential for students to get in touch with Dr. Kate Douglass (kate.douglass@fredonia.edu), who is the Program Coordinator.


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