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Adolescent Education, Bachelor of Science

Curriculum and Instruction

Overview

Upon completion of the BS.Ed, you are granted initial certification to teach a specific content area (English, Math, Social Studies, Biology, Physics, or Spanish) in grades 7 through 12 in New York State.

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School of Education Undergraduate Division

If you have any questions about our program or requirements, please contact us and we will be happy to answer all ofyour questions.

Bernadette A Zacharuk

Coordinator of Undergraduate Programs

Sullivan Hall 403
718-990-2664
[email protected]

Why the School of Education at St. John’s?

99%
Hired

In 2021 99% of graduates are hired in NYC and Long Island public and Catholic Schools.

Experience

All incoming new students can gain valuable experiences in local schools. 

Dedicated Faculty

Faculty in the School of Education are current and former teachers and administrators in local schools.

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Your Path to Teaching

Education courses include foundations, multicultural, and methods.

A 39 credit core consisting of a mix of liberal arts, theology, and philosophy courses.

All adolescent education students must complete a 30 credit, core consisting of either math, biology, physics, English, social studies, or Spanish.

All adolescent education students will obtain their fingerprints, set up their TEACH accounts, and complete all mandated workshops in their first semester during EDU 101.

Certification exams will be completed prior to the start of the final two semesters.

Impactful Alum

Jorge Santos ’10CPS, ’12G, ’18GEd reading his book to a group of young students

Jorge Santos ’10CPS, ’12G, ’18GEd

A St. John’s University triple alumnus and special education teacher recently penned a children’s book that aims to help young readers embrace and cherish the diversity within their own and others’ families.

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Admission

For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please visit Undergraduate Admission online. Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:

Admission Office - Queens Campus
718-990-2000
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Admission Office -  Staten Island campus
718-390-4500
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