Adolescent English (MA) – Part-Time Course Sequence – Fall Start
Academic Plan: ENGAE-MA
Students are required to complete 26 – 27 credits in Education Courses. In addition, 24 English credits are required across the first 3 semesters. This is a recommended sequence of Education courses. Students must consult with the faculty advisors in Education and English to determine their individualized course of study before registering for classes.
Semester 1 – Fall
- SEDF 703 – Social Foundations of Adolescent Education (3 credits)
Semester 2 – Spring
- SEDF 704 – Adolescent Development, Grades 7-12 (2 credits, includes Fieldwork hours)
Semester 3 – Fall
- SEDC 710 – Building the Foundations of Literacy in Adolescent Education (3 credits)
- SEDC 720 – Adolescent Health and Safety (1 credit)
Semester 4 – Spring
- SEDF 705 – Educational Psychology: Applications to Adolescent Education (2 credits,
includes Fieldwork hours)
Semester 5 – Fall
- SPED 708 – Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings (3 credits)
Semester 6 – Spring
- SEDC 711 – Methods I: Advanced Study of Young Literature in Our Diverse Society (3
- Educating All Students (EAS) Exam. Students must pass before applying for Student
Semester 7 – Fall
- SEDC 721 – Methods II: Advanced Study of Teaching English Methods to a Diverse
Population in grades 7-12 (2 credits, includes Fieldwork hours)
- SEDF 706 – Assessment of Teaching and Learning in Adolescent Education (2 credits,
must be taken with a field-based course.)
- Content Specialty Test (CST) – English. Students must pass before applying for Student
Students must apply for student teaching/practicum. Refer to the fieldwork page for full policies and procedures.
Students must apply for graduation the semester before their planned graduation. Refer to the graduation page for full policies and procedures.
Semester 8 – Spring
- SEDC 75100 – Student Teaching (5 credits) or SEDC 77110 and SEDC 77120 – Practicum (4 credits)
- edTPA. Students must prepare a portfolio of materials during their student teaching clinical experience to demonstrate readiness to teach including lesson plans and unedited video recordings of themselves at work in the classroom.
Students must apply for certification in their final semester. Refer to the program certification page for requirements and step by step instructions.
- SEDC 7200 – Adolescent Health and Safety, is available every semester including
summer and winter sessions.
- SEDC 7100 – Building the Foundations of Literacy in Adolescent Education, can be
taken in semester 1 or semester 2. It is also offered in the summer.
- SPED 70800 – Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings, can be
taken in semester 2 or 3. It is also offered in the summer with several fully online
- In addition to the Certification Exams, students must complete the DASA workshop prior
to graduation. The DASA workshop can be completed at Hunter College or outside of