Program of Study
seeking certification in elementary and secondary education, a program of study
is determined and filed with the School of Education post-baccalaureate
For students seeking certification
in art, music, physical education, and technology education, a program of study
is determined and filed with the chair of the department that offers their
program. The program of study (which must be approved by the office of the School
of Graduate Studies) ensures that all certification requirements are satisfied
and becomes a contract between the student and his or her advisor. The program
of study is subject to revision to address any changes in the state of
Connecticut certification regulations.
Post-baccalaureate students must
meet the following general education requirements:
At least 39 credits of general education course
work including a U.S. history survey course, and
Courses in each of the following areas: English,
mathematics, natural sciences, and social sciences, and one course in foreign
language or fine arts.
developmental or life span psychology is a prerequisite for the professional
information regarding requirements and admission to the professional program,
refer to the webpage
Admission to a Teacher Preparation Professional Program.