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  • Department of Specialized Programs in Education

    Bachelor of Science: • Health Education (Grades K-12)

    Bachelor of Science in Education: • Physical Education (Grades K-12)

    Minor: • Physical Education

    Dual degree options: • Physical Education and Health:

    BS/Health and Physical Education: MS • Psychology and Special Education:

    BA/MSEd*

    Additional courses open to undergraduate non-education majors: • LYST (Literacy Studies) 12, 100, 101, 102,

    180, 181 • PESP (Physical Education) skills courses • SPED (Special Education) 101, 102

    Department of Teacher Education

    Bachelor of Arts (with a co-major in a liberal arts area): • Early Childhood and Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 6) • English Education (Grades 7-12) • Foreign Language Education (Grades 7-12) • Mathematics Education (Grades 7-12) • Science Education (Grades 7-12) • Social Studies Education (Grades 7-12)

    Bachelor of Science in Education: • Dance Education (Grades K-12) • Fine Arts Education (Grades K-12) • Music Education (Grades K-12)

    Minor: • Educational Studies

    Dual degree options: • Elementary Education & STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering

    and Math): BA/MA • Management and Business Education: BBA/MSEd* • Mathematics and Mathematics Education: BA/MSEd*

    Additional courses open to undergraduate non-education majors: • FDED (Foundations of Education) 100-level courses • SED (Secondary Education) 102, 151

    School of Education Hofstra’s School of Education faculty are dedicated to providing students with preparation and practical experience needed to succeed in today’s world with cutting-edge curricula and state-of-the-art facilities.

    Faculty prepare reflective teachers and leaders for complex educational organizations in diverse and multicultural environments. Student teaching and pre-service classroom observations create a clinically rich experience for our students.

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    Both departments also offer an array of graduate programs, including degrees in educational leadership, educational technology, higher education leadership, literacy studies, special education, and TESOL. For more information about the School of Education, please visit hofstra.edu/education.

    *Bachelor’s degree is in another school.

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  • Faculty National and international scholars whose research is frequently site-based to produce the data that drive policy.

    Facilities • Hagedorn Hall, home of the School of Education – STEM Studio: a state-of-the art, hands-on laboratory

    that brings together teachers and students to focus on problem-based teaching and learning for grades 3-8.

    – iDesign Maker Space Lab: includes emerging technologies that faculty, students and the K-12 community can experience. Technology includes: 3D printer, drawing tablet, a suite of game design tools, space for team meetings, virtual reality headset and music recording.

    • Joan and Arnold Saltzman Community Services Center at Hofstra

    – The center provides Hofstra students with a multidisciplinary setting and opportunity for experiential learning, including a preschool and child care center.

    – Reading/Writing Learning Clinic: Students provide literacy support to children, adolescents and adults.

    Student Organizations • Hofstra Network of Elementary Teachers (HNET): Hofstra

    pre-service teachers and alumni of Hofstra’s undergraduate and graduate elementary education programs, as well as their colleagues.

    • Professional associations, including Phi Delta Kappa International.

    • Several outreach programs and initiatives to help educate, inspire and engage young students in the local community.

    Accreditation • The Teacher Education and Educational Leadership

    programs of the School of Education are fully accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC), through the CAEP accreditation system.

    • Our individual programs have been approved by the New York State Education Department.

    Student Scholarships Scholarship offerings for undergraduates include:

    • Hagedorn Teacher Fellowship Program.

    • The Robert Noyce Scholarship & Fellowship Programs, funded by the National Science Foundation.

    • TEACH Grant.

    Career/Support Services • Office of Field Placement collaborates with local

    schools, businesses and programs to find placements, and provides continuous communication, assessment and feedback during the process.

    • Office of Educational Support Services provides students with access to program and credentialing information and services.

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