GSE Adv Teaching Exceptional Adolescents with Subject Area
Degree: Advanced Certificate
Career Path: Teacher of record for a special class in the candidate’s certification subject area and/or support, consultant, and collaborative roles
Start Semester: Fall, Summer
Campus: Lincoln Center
The program is for teachers who already possess initial, provisional, permanent, or professional certification as a classroom teacher of adolescents grades 7-12, in at least one subject area.
The course work develops competencies in understanding principles and policies of special education and proficiency in assessing and providing evidenced-based intervention and instruction for culturally diverse adolescents with a range of disabilities.
Applicants must hold an initial or professional certificate in either adolescence: biology, chemistry, Earth science, English, mathematics, physics, or social studies.
- Fall: June 30
- Summer (both sessions): April 15
Effective immediately, those applying to Teaching or Educational Leadership programs at the master's or advanced certificate level are now required to submit standardized MAT, GRE, or equivalent exam scores with their application.
Browse the Admissions section for more about the application and financial aid processes.
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023
Diane Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Professor, Curriculum and Teaching