Undergraduate Degree Programs
The goal of our undergraduate degree programs is to prepare educators who will
gain knowledge of educational theories and research, technology, and subject content
use this knowledge to promote active learning and excellence in all students;
work effectively and equitably with students with a variety of backgrounds and abilities;
develop their own theories of practice;
reflect on and assess their own and their students’ work; and
continually improve their practice.
The Department have a long history of working with local school districts to offer a number of different field experience in each of our initial preparation programs. Programs meet the academic requirements for New York State Teacher certification, and several other states with reciprocity agreements.
Art Education (grades pre-K-12)
English Education (Reading and Language Arts Department) (grades 7-12)
Inclusive Elementary and Special Education (grades 1-6)
Inclusive Early Childood Special Education (birth - grade 2)
Mathematics Education (grades 7-12)
Music Education (grades pre-K-12)
Physical Education (Exercise Science Department) (grades re-K - 12)
Science Education* (grades 7-12)
Social Studies Education (grades 7-12)
* In addition, the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry and the School of Education offer a joint program to prepare science teachers.