As part of this commitment to prepare our students to become future teachers, the college incorporates Writing Intensive Courses (WIC) and participating in Civic Engagement (CE) directly into the graduation requirements,. The Education Program facilitates a smooth fulfillment of these requirements by integrating them directly into the coursework. In each of the majors, a number of classes are designated writing intensive. Our professors also maintain partnerships with a variety of organizations to create civic engagement opportunities at sites such as edible gardens, soup kitchens, nursing homes, and art galleries.The course of study is Sequential. Students MUST see an adviser before registering.
Education students must complete required courses in the CUNY Common Core (e.g. math, English, etc.). In addition, the education courses listed below must be taken for each major.
See the Kingsborough College Catalog, found here, for further information.
For the college's schedule of classes, click here.
Social Foundations of Education (EDC 200)
Child and Adolescent Development (PSY 3000)
Psychological Disorders in Young Children (PSY 2400)
Social Science in Education (EDC 2100)
Art Workshop in Education (EDC 2200)
Music and Movement Workshop in Education (EDC 2300)
Techniques in Math, Science and Technology Teaching for Early Childhood Ed. (EDC 2800)
Supervised Instructional Experience in Education II (EDC 9307)
Early Literacy and Children's Literature (HUM 200)
Non-studio Art or Music elective
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 3100)
Music & Movement Workshop in Education (EDC 2300)
Practicum in Teacher Development I (EDC 90A4) *
Development of Literacy in Children (HUM 8181)