GSSADED-BA - Social Studies, Grades 7-12 - Geography
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The BA program in Adolescent Social Studies Education leads to initial certification as a teacher in New York State. The undergraduate programs in adolescent education are designed to prepare prospective teachers to serve as high-quality educators for students in urban secondary schools. Teacher candidates will take a specified sequence of education courses in addition to fulfilling of the CUNY Common Core Requirement and the requirements of their liberal arts or sciences major. These programs include fieldwork in New York City Public schools.
Declaring the Major
Before you can declare a School of Education major as part of your bachelor’s degree, you must complete a group interview with faculty. Signing up for an interview can be done through the School of Education website. Current Hunter students can request an interview throughout the year. The School of Education does not accept non-degree or second-degree students. Meeting minimum admission requirements does not guarantee entry into the program.
Students interested in an Education program should interview as early as is possible in the semester prior to the one in which they plan to enroll. Transfer students should seek advisement about declaring a School of Education major as soon as they have been admitted to Hunter. The School of Education does not accept non-degree or second-degree students. Meeting minimum admission requirements does not guarantee entry into the program.
Requirements to Declare the Major
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