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Adolescent Programs

In the Combined Degree Program, the Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Science in Education are earned concurrently.
  • Adolescent Education* and Educational Technology
  • Adolescent Education* and Special Education
  • Adolescent Education* and Literacy Specialist

* Must choose a concentration in biology, chemistry, earth science, English, Spanish (New York City campus only), History (for social studies), or mathematics.

Spring

Undergrad Financial package remains unchanged

Literacy Specialist

TCH 495Student Teaching and Seminar in the Adolescent Classroom

8 credits

ED 650Research/Theory in Developing Literacy

3 credits

ED 757Adolescent Content Literacies in Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Settings (Grades 9-12)

3 credits

8 UG + 6 Grad

Special Education

TCH 495Student Teaching and Seminar in the Adolescent Classroom

8 credits

ED 650Research/Theory in Developing Literacy

3 credits

ED 672ADifferentiating Instruction in Inclusive Secondary Settings

3 credits

8 UG + 6 Grad

Educational Technology

TCH 498Supervised Student Teaching and Seminar

8 credits

Dyson major course

TS 652Using the Internet as an Instructional Tool

3 credits

TS 652: (online)

Guaranteed + 3 Grad

Sum I

Summer aid is generally unavailable

Literacy Specialist

ED 652Assessment in Literacy: Grades B - 12

3 credits

Special Education

ED 523Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence: Community, Culture, and Identity

3 credits

ED 675Students with Severe Disabilities

3 credits

ED 523: (elective)

Educational Technology

ED 615Assistive Technology for Students with Learning Disabilities

3 credits

Sum II

Summer aid is generally unavailable

Literacy Specialist

ED 754Literature and Digital Storytelling

3 credits

6 Grad

Special Education

ED 524Differentiating Curriculum and Instruction: Middle Childhood Education

3 credits

ED 524: (elective)

6 Grad

Educational Technology

TS 550The Use and Evaluation of Program Packages

3 credits

ED 672ADifferentiating Instruction in Inclusive Secondary Settings

3 credits

TS 550: (online)

9 Grad

Fall

Graduate eligibility applies for any financial aid

Literacy Specialist

2 days/week in Literacy CPD

Dyson major course

ED 755BLiteracy Instruction & Technological Applications for a Diverse Population of Middle Grade Students

3 credits

ED 758Instructional Approaches for Tchng Writing, Digital Cmpsng, & Media Prdctn for a Diverse Pop of Stds

3 credits

ED 672ADifferentiating Instruction in Inclusive Secondary Settings

3 credits

ED 677Literacy for Children with Special Needs

3 credits

4 UG + 12 Grad

Special Education

2 days/week in Special Ed CPD

Dyson major course

ED 671Assessment, Diagnosis, Evaluation and Instructional Planning

3 credits

ED 677Literacy for Children with Special Needs

3 credits

ED 684Classroom Management and Collaboration in Inclusive Secondary Schools

3 credits

12 Grad

Educational Technology

2 days/week in Ed Tech CPD

TS 653Web Authoring and Digital Media

3 credits

ED 616Curriculum Development and Instructional Planning with Technology

3 credits

TS 642Computer Hardware, Troubleshooting and Maintenance

3 credits

TS 654Designing Standards-Based, Technology-Enhanced Curricula

3 credits

ED 616: online

12 Grad

Spring II

Graduate eligibility applies for any financial aid

Literacy Specialist

ED 692LStudent Teaching in the Adolescent Literacy Classroom

0 - 6 credits

ED 684Classroom Management and Collaboration in Inclusive Secondary Schools

3 credits

ED 690Teacher as Researcher

3 credits

9 Grad

Special Education

ED 692SStudent Teaching in Adolescent Special Education Classroom

0 - 6 credits

ED 685Methods for Teaching Adolescent Students with Disabilities

3 credits

ED 690Teacher as Researcher

3 credits

9 Grad

Educational Technology

ED 692TStudent Teaching in Educational Technology

0 - 6 credits

TS 643Networking Technologies

3 credits

ED 690Teacher as Researcher

3 credits

9 Grad

The guaranteed and per credit tuition rates are determined by the students date of admission to Pace, or date of readmission if the student took a semester or year off. Graduate tuition is per credit and will increase 5-10% each fall.

***Course sequence is subject to change. SOE will register students for grad level classes***

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To begin the application process you may either apply online or download our application for
undergraduate admission. Follow all steps (pay the $50 application fee, write an essay, send
transcripts, recommendations, and standardized test scores) and submit your application.

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Pace admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.