MSEd Adolescence Education Curriculum & Courses

The following courses are required for those in the MSED Adolescence Education Program.  Upon entry into the program, your adviser will set up a degree plan.

To see the description of a particular course, click on its title. For descriptions of all School of Education graduate courses, see our Course Descriptions page.

 Requirements    Credits 
     DIFF 510. Differentiated Instructional Strategies
     EDUC 500. Research Methods
     EDUC 505. Technology for Educators and Counselors
     EDUC 510. Advanced Human Growth and Development
     EDUC 523. Designing and Delivering Instruction
     EDUC 524. Methods and Models for Special Subjects
     EDUC 524A. Secondary English Methods
     EDUC 524B. Secondary LOTE Methods
     EDUC 524C. Secondary Math Methods
     EDUC 524D. Secondary Science Methods
     EDUC 524E. Secondary Social Science Methods
     EDUC 526. Managing Instruction and Behavior
     EDUC 528. Legal and Ethical Issues for Teachers
     EDUC 533. Historical and Philosophical Foundations for Curriculum
     EDUC 540. Evaluating Learners and Learning
     EDUC 588. Secondary Student Teaching: Grades 7-12
          (Prerequisite: all course-work completed)
     EDUC 599A. Safe Schools Workshop (online)
     EDUC 599B. Child-Abuse Prevention Workshop (online)
     EDUC 599D. Cultural Diversity Workshop
     READ 525. Problems of Literacy in the Secondary Schools
     READ 560. Literacy in the Content Areas
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Contact Information

If you wish to apply to this program, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office at St. Bonaventure University at (716) 375-2021 or gradsch@sbu.edu for graduate admission materials.

For more information regarding the degree in adolescence education, please contact
Dr. Paula Kenneson, Director 

Plassmann Hall B38, St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
(716) 375-2177