Adolescent Education Major

Bachelor of Arts (PLV)

Students preparing to teach children in middle or high school complete a specialized concentration and major at Pace University. Adolescent students concentrate in the subject area they want to teach plus a major in Adolescent Education. Each of our Adolescent Programs is nationally recognized, and all of our adolescent programs lead to a Bachelor's Degree (BA) and the Initial Teaching Certificate in Adolescent Education (Grades 7-12). In addition, candidates may opt to pursue a Bachelor's Degree (BA) and Masters of Science Education (MSEd) in our 5th year Combined Degree program simultaneously.

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Earth Science
  • English
  • History (a history program major yields Social Studies certification)
  • Mathematics

Testing-Out of Classes and Waivers

Students may test of out of selected courses including ENG 110, TS 105/CIS 101, or a language requirement. Candidates should discuss these options with their advisers. UNV 101 requirements are waived for all transfer students.

Please Note: For teaching candidates, University Core second language requirements must be met by TWO courses in the same language. This requirement may also be met by courses in American Sign Language.

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Undergraduate Students

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.