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BCC: Elementary and Middle School Education Transfer Advising Guide

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Elementary & Middle School Education (A.A.) from Brookdale Community College to Elementary Education (B.A.) at Rider University

BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE
Elementary, Middle School & Secondary Education: Education Option
Credit RIDER UNIVERSITY COURSE/AREA SATISFIED
B.A., Elementary Education with a Second Undeclared Major in Liberal Arts  (126 Credits)
Credit
EDEC   105    Foundations of Early Childhood Education 
Combined with EDEC-199 = credit for Rider, Context of Schooling
3 EDU   106  Context of Schooling  3
ENGL   121    English Composition; The Writing Process 3 CMP  120   Expository Writing 3
PSYC    105    Introduction to Psychology I OR
PSYC    106    Introduction to Psychology II
3 PSY   100   Introduction to Psychology 3
Humanities Credits (Language Recommended) A 3-4 Language Elective Ʊ 3
Mathematics Credits 3-42  Suggest:
MATH  136    Mathematics for the Liberal Arts
3 Mathematics Course
MTH  102   Finite Mathematics
3
  15-16   15
EDEC   199     Early Childhood Education Field Experience 
Combined with EDEC-105 = credit for Rider – Context of Schooling
0 Not Transferrable 0
Career Studies Credits: Suggest:
SOC      105     Intercultural Comm.: Person & Process
3 Social Science Elective Ʊ
SOC    355  Social Interaction
3
ENGL   122     English Composition: Writing & Research 3 CMP   125    Research Writing 3
PSYC    206     Human Growth & Development 3 PSY    230   Child Development 3
Humanities Credits (Language Recommended) A 3/4 General Elective  A Ʊ 3
Mathematics or Science Credits, Non-Lab 2 3 Mathematics or Science Non-Lab Elective Ʊ 3
  15/16   15
Career Studies Credits- Social Science – Suggest:
PSYC    218    Educational Psychology
3 General Elective Ʊ
EDU    206   Dev. Educational Psychology
3
Technological Competency Credits: Suggest:
COMP   129     Ethical Dimensions, Tech. & Info Literacy
3 Technology Elective Ʊ
CIS      185    Information Systems Essentials
3
SPCH     115    Public Speaking 3 COM   104    Introduction to Speech Communication 3
Science with Lab 2 (Biological or Physical Science)   Suggest:
BIOL    105    Life Science
4 Science with Lab (Biological or Physical Science)
XTR   111    Transfer Credit
4
History Credits 3 History or Social Science Elective Ʊ 3
  16   16
Cultural & Global Awareness Credits 3 Social Science Elective Ʊ 3
Humanities Credits 3 Liberal Arts Elective Ʊ 3
History Credits 3 History or Social Science Elective Ʊ 3
Career Studies Credits Suggest:
EDUC   217    Introduction to the Exceptional Child 
3 Elective Ʊ 3
Electives Credits 3 Elective Ʊ 3
  15   15
TOTAL 61/63 TOTAL 60/63

For Rider Course Option:
Following completion of 30 credits, the Rider Intent to Enroll Form, and while a student at Brookdale; students have the option to take a course at Rider that counts toward the Rider degree. If the Brookdale student takes EDUC-105, Introduction to Education Credits & PSYC-218, Educational Psychology they are eligible to take EDE-200 Effective Classroom Management.

EDE-200 Effective Classroom Management 
See Brookdale and Rider Transfer Representatives. Contact Information Listed below.

See Footnotes below:
Brookdale Community College
1 One course is required from the Cultural and Global Awareness knowledge area.  Students may meet the requirements while simultaneously fulfilling the General Education requirement for another knowledge area.
2 A minimum of 12 credits are required from the Mathematics, Sciences or Technological Competency knowledge areas
The Transfer Advising Guide is a recommended plan of study.  Additional courses are transferrable as outlined on NJ Transfer for this major with the approval of A Rider University Advisor.

Rider University
A – As of Fall 2014 the Department of Teacher Education has added a foreign language requirement of 3 credits to the Education curriculum.
Ʊ - Students have a number of options to satisfy this requirement; courses will be evaluated on an individual basis.
➢    Students are required to select a second major in a Liberal Arts Discipline.
➢    Middle School and Early Childhood Education Disciplines are classified as a Minor at Rider University.
➢    Brookdale students interested in the College of Continuing Studies (CCS) should contact that division directly.
➢    As of  September 1, 2015 The New Jersey - Department of Education requires students to take and pass all sections of Praxis - Core Academic Skills for Educators Test (Test Code: 5751) prior to formal entry into a teacher preparation program.
➢    For transfer the Brookdale student must earn a grade of C or higher in all courses.


Requirements are subject to change. This Advising Guide is best used in consultation with an advisor.


COURSES REMAINING FOR A BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION AT RIDER UNIVERSITY*

Course Number Rider University Course Name or Core Area Credits Notes* (if course can be taken at Bucks, indicate course number)
ELD   307 Emergent Literacy P-3 3  
ELD   308 Fostering Language & Literacy Development 3  
ELD   375 Methods of Teaching Math. in the Elem. Classroom 3  
ELD   376 Teaching Science, Social Studies & The Arts N-5 3  
EDU   465 Student Teaching & Seminar 12  
    24  
  The Brookdale student must also fulfill the requirements of the Second Undeclared Major. For specific second major assistance, please contact the Senior Assistant Director of Transfer at Rider University. 38-42  

Transfer of Brookdale Course Credit is subject to a 63 credit limit for the Education Major.  


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Have questions?

Ann Tickner Jankowski
Director, Transfer Resources/Articulation​

Brookdale Community College
732-224-2015
[email protected]

OR

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Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admission
Ciambelli Hall

Spring 2020 Travel Schedule

Date Time School
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Ocean County College
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. Mercer County Community College
Monday, March 2, 2020