M.A. degree program in education: French teacher (7-12)
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|Alonso, Alejandro||Associate Professor||718.951.5451||
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|Ebert, Christopher||Associate Professor||
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Modern Languages and Literatures
||May 15th - Rolling Admissions|
||November 1st - Rolling Admissions|
Supporting Documents for Matriculation:
Submit the following documents to the Office of Graduate Admissions:
1. Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (applicants who earned a bachelor's degree outside the United States need to submit a 'Course by Course International Transcript Evaluation.' http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/admissions/graduate/apply/documents.php)
2. Two letters of recommendation
4. Photocopy of New York State or other state teaching certificate
5. A brief biographical statement of 500 to 1,000 words describing your reasons for pursuing the specific graduate program to which you are applying and your future professional goals.
I. GRE scores
II. F-1 or J-1 international students must submit English Proficiency Exam. TOEFL- 79, IELTS- 6.5, PTE- 58-63
Interview with department.
Refer to instructions at http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/admissions/graduate/apply.php .
All students accepted in to the School of Education are required to submit fingerprint verification before signing up for most education classes. Verification is needed if you already have fingerprint records or not. Please read the instructions in the link http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/academics/schools/education/certification/fingerprints.php, and if you have questions about the instructions, you can contact Helen Spencer at HSpencer@brooklyn.cuny.edu
|TOEFL (paper, computer, internet)||N/A, N/A, N/A|
||GRE General Test|
Applicants must offer at least 18 credits in advanced courses in French.
Applicants must also offer (a) or (b):
(a) New York State Initial Certification in French teacher grades 7-12 or courses in education that meet the New York State standards for the pedagogical core. These courses include study of the following: history of education and philosophy of education or principles of education or educational sociology; educational psychology or developmental psychology or psychology of adolescence or adolescent development; classroom management; teaching students with special needs and English language learners; 6 credits in literacy and language acquisition; curriculum development and methods of assessing student learning; uses of technology in the classroom; methods of teaching French in grades 7-12; 100 hours of fieldwork; 40 full days or 300 hours of student teaching of French in grades 7-12; or one year of full-time teaching French at appropriate grade levels, and passage of edTPA.
(b) an undergraduate degree with a major in French or appropriate course work in French.
Applicants must have a minimum undergraduate grade point average of 3.00. A minimum average of 3.00 in graduate courses is required to maintain matriculation.
International applicants for whom English is a second language are required to pass the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of at least 550 on the paper-based test or 213 on the computer-based test or 79 on the internet-based test, before being considered for admission.
Applicants who have not completed all the specific course requirements are given individual consideration and may be admitted with conditions, with the approval of the chairperson of the Department of Secondary Education and the chairperson of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.
General matriculation and admission requirements of the Division of Graduate Studies are in the section "Admission."
30-46 credits are required for the degree.
Students must complete 18 credits of requirements in French as follows:
French 7010X; 7510X or 7520X; 12 credits of electives as approved by the chairperson or deputy chairperson of the Modern Languages and Literatures Department.
Students must also complete a substantial final project, which may take the form of a thesis in French, or may consist of a "teaching unit" completed under the co-direction of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures and the School of Education. The writing of the thesis or completion of the teaching unit may take place during a three-credit tutorial, French 7900X, taken as the final course of the student's program. French 7900X, however, is not a required course for the degree.
Courses in the Modern Languages and Literatures Department and the School of Education offered toward the degree must be 7000-level courses. The program of study must be approved early in the first semester by the chairperson or deputy chairperson of the Modern Languages and Literatures Department and the chairperson of the Department of Secondary Education.
In addition to the 18 credits above, students enroll in the appropriate education courses listed below (Option A or B) based upon teaching experience, previous course work, and the teaching certificates, if any, they hold.
Option (A): Total of 30 credits.
Students who possess Initial Certification in teaching Spanish or the equivalent must complete the following courses in Secondary Education: SEED 7502T, SEED 7510T, SEED 7503X and SEED 7523T.
Option (B) Total of 30-46 credits.
Students who do not possess Initial Certification in teaching Spanish or the equivalent must, depending on their previous coursework, complete some or all of the following courses in Secondary Education: SEED 7500X, SEED 7501X, SEED 7534T, SEED 7542T, SEED 7516T, SEED 7543T, SEED 7671X, SEED 7502T, SEED 7510T, and SEED 7523T.