Adolescent Combined Degree Programs

In the Combined Degree Program, the Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Science in Education are earned concurrently.

Literacy Specialist

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
SpringCredits
Undergrad Financial package remains unchanged  
TCH 495 Student Teaching and Seminar in the Adolescent Classroom 8
ED 650 Research/Theory in Developing Literacy 3
ED 757 Adolescent Content Literacies in Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Settings (Grades 9-12) 3
(8 UG + 6 Grad)  
 Credits14
Summer I
Summer aid is generally unavailable  
ED 652 Assessment in Literacy: Grades B - 12 3
(3 Grad)  
 Credits3
Summer II
Summer aid is generally unavailable  
ED 754 Literature and Digital Storytelling 3
(3 Grad)  
 Credits3
Year 2
Fall
Graduate eligibility applies for any financial aid  
2 days/week in Literacy CPD  
Dyson major course  
ED 755B Literacy Instruction & Technological Applications for a Diverse Population of Middle Grade Students 3
ED 758 Instructional Approaches for Tchng Writing, Digital Cmpsng, & Media Prdctn for a Diverse Pop of Stds 3
ED 677 Literacy for Children with Special Needs 3
(4 UG + 9 Grad)  
 Credits9
Spring
Graduate eligibility applies for any financial aid  
ED 692L Student Teaching in the Adolescent Literacy Classroom 3
Elective 3
ED 690 Teacher as Researcher 3
(9 Grad)  
 Credits9
 Total Credits38

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

Special Education

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
SpringCredits
Undergrad Financial package remains unchanged  
TCH 495 Student Teaching and Seminar in the Adolescent Classroom 8
ED 650 Research/Theory in Developing Literacy 3
Dyson Major Course or Elective  
(12 UG + 3 Grad)  
 Credits11
Summer I
Summer aid is generally unavailable  
ED 675 Students with Severe Disabilities 3
 
 Credits3
Summer II
Summer aid is generally unavailable  
Elective 3
(3 or 6 Grad)  
 Credits3
Year 2
Fall
Graduate eligibility applies for any financial aid  
2 days/week in Special Ed CPD  
EDG 616 Cross-Disciplinary Instruction and Assessment in Inclusive Adolescent Classroom 3
ED 671 Assessment, Diagnosis, Evaluation and Instructional Planning 2-3
ED 677 Literacy for Children with Special Needs 3
EDG 618 Individual Program Planning 3
(3-4 UG + 9 Grad)  
 Credits11-12
Spring
Graduate eligibility applies for any financial aid  
ED 692S Student Teaching in Adolescent Special Education Classroom 3
EDG 607 Supporting Positive Behavior and Autonomy 3
ED 690 Teacher as Researcher 3
Elective (If not taken in the Summer) 3
(9 or 12 Grad)  
 Credits12
 Total Credits40-41

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.