This is a dual licensure program for undergraduate students seeking to teach regular and special education students in a specific subject area. The program meets the requirements for teacher licenses outlined in N.J.A.C.6A:9 and is approved by the New Jersey Department of Education. Majors approved for the K-12/TSD subject area program are: English, math, history geography, political science, and any lab science. K-12/TSD students wishing to graduate in 8 semesters must take more than 15 credits per semester prior to clinical practice and/or take summer courses. Program Coordinator: Dr. Peter GriswoldPhone: 973-720-3761Email: email@example.com View Program Requirements & Courses You submit passing Praxis Subject Assessments (formerly the Praxis II) in your content area by August 1 for Fall or January 1 for Spring. Clinical Practice for K-12/TSD consists of 8 weeks in a regular classroom setting with a subject area teacher and 8 weeks in a special education or inclusive setting with a special education teacher. NOTES FOR STUDENTS Students must have an appropriate academic major as indicated by the state. Enroll in or successfully pass ANTH 2020 Requirements to begin the Professional Sequence of Coursework in the Education major is available on the Office of Education Enrollment and Certificaiton webpage Qualifying score on the PRAXIS Core Academic Skills assessment (5751) SATs, or ACTs (please refer to the Praxis Core webpage for more information and deadlines) Complete PSY 1100 successfully. Complete PSY 2100 successfully. Students must take either BIO 1200 Human Biology or BIO 1140 Applied Anatomy & Physiology Obtain a NJ Substitute Teaching License, after 60 credits. Official passing scores for the Praxis Subject Assessment (formerly Praxis II) must be received by Agusut 1 for Fall or January 1 for Spring Clinical Practice (EDUC 4190. Maintain a 3.0 over all cumulative GPA. Must have a 3.0 GPA in their education major in to remain in education coursework Clinical Practice consists of eight weeks in a regular classroom setting with a cooperating subject teacher and 8 weeks in a special education or inclusive setting with a cooperating special education teacher Field experience applications for SPC 3550, CISE 3520, and EDUC 4190 are due one year in advance: each fall (October 15) for placement the next fall, and each spring (March 15) for placement the next spring. Instructions and applications are available for download from the Office of Field Experience's webpage. Completed applications and all supporting documents are turned in to the secretary of the Department. Students may take one additional course during Clinical Practice. Students wishing to graduate in eight semesters will need to take more than 15 credits per semester prior to Clinical Practice and/or take summer courses. Music, and Physical Education are not approved majors for this program.