1 ARTICULATION AGREEMENT IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, SPECIAL EDUCATION, EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CHILDHOOD STUDIES BETWEEN JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND ST. BONAVENTURE UNIVERSITY 2011 PURPOSE OF AGREEMENT This document establishes a transfer articulation agreement between Jamestown Community College and St. Bonaventure University. Its purpose is to afford students the opportunity to preplan their college careers, and to facilitate the transfer process from Jamestown Community College to the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Early Childhood, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Special Education and Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies degree programs at St. Bonaventure University. The Childhood Studies degree does not earn any level of teacher certification. GENERAL GUARANTEE OF ADMISSION AND STANDING Students who graduate from Jamestown Community College are guaranteed acceptance into the School of Education and to their choice of the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, Bachelor of Science in Elementary/Early Childhood or Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Special Education degree program at St. Bonaventure University provided they have declared an academic concentration in English, Math/Science/Technology, Social Studies, or a Modern Language a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 and a minimum Education grade point average of 3.0, a grade of C (2.0) or better in the following courses or Jamestown Community College equivalents: EDUC 201, EDUC 210, and completed a minimum of 60 credit hours listed in Appendix A of this agreement. After the first semester of attendance at St. Bonaventure, students will petition for formal admission through Gate 1 for entrance to the Field Block. At this time they present to the Director of Field Services and Department Chair:
2 two recommendations from St. Bonaventure University and/or Jamestown Community College education faculty on file with the St. Bonaventure University Office of Field Services, satisfactory field evaluation forms, proof of a minimum GPA of 3.0 in their first semester work at St. Bonaventure University, proof of passing scores in PRAXIS I-PPST or Computerized PPST: Reading, Writing, and Mathematics or the LAST (Liberal Arts and Sciences Test) from the New York State Certification Exam set, proof of current Professional Liability Insurance Coverage (membership in Student NEA or other professional organization), and copies of clearance documents: (1) FBI criminal record check, (2) State Police background check, and (3) Child Abuse Clearance check. Students who graduate from Jamestown Community College are guaranteed acceptance into the School of Education and to the Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies provided they have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 and an Education grade point average of 2.5 a grade of C or better in EDUC 201, EDUC 210, ECED 230 and SPED 230 (or their JCC equivalents. GENERAL GUARANTEE OF OPPORTUNITY TO GRADUATE 1. Students who graduate from Jamestown Community College having passed a minimum of 51 credit hours from among the courses listed in Appendix A of this agreement (EDU 1510 Foundations of Education must be included) are guaranteed the opportunity to earn the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with four semesters of normal coursework at St. Bonaventure University provided that they work closely with their advisor at St. Bonaventure University. 2. Students who graduate from Jamestown Community College having passed all courses listed in Appendix A of this agreement (EDU 1510 Foundations of Education must be included) are guaranteed the opportunity to earn the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Special Education with four semesters of normal coursework at St. Bonaventure University provided that they work closely with their advisor at St. Bonaventure University. 3. Students who graduate from Jamestown Community College having passed a minimum of 51 credit hours from among the courses listed in Appendix A (EDU 1510 Foundations of Education must be included) are guaranteed the opportunity to earn the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education with four semesters of normal coursework provided that they work closely with their advisor at St. Bonaventure University.
3 A cumulative grade point average of 3.0 and an Education grade point average of 3.0 are required for graduation from St. Bonaventure University with a degree in Elementary Education. Students who graduate from Jamestown Community college having passed a minimum of 51 credit hours from among the courses listed in appendix A of this agreement (EDU 1510 Foundations of Education must be included) are guaranteed the opportunity to earn the Bachelor of Science in Childhood Studies (a non teacher certification degree) with four semester of normal coursework provided that they work closely with their advisor at St. Bonaventure University. A cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and an Education grade point average of 2.0 are required for graduation from St. Bonaventure University with a degree in Childhood Studies. A separate agreement allows students who are enrolled full-time at Jamestown Community College to take one course free of charge at St. Bonaventure University each semester. 4. Students who are admitted to St. Bonaventure University without having earned the A.S. degree can use Appendix B of this agreement as a guide to Jamestown Community College courses that fulfill additional St. Bonaventure University Clare College requirements which are waived for students who do complete the A.S. degree. 5. A student may transfer a course in which less than a C was earned only if the cumulative GPA at the time of enrollment is at least 2.5. For students whose cumulative GPA is below 2.5 at the time of enrollment, St. Bonaventure University requires a minimum grade of C for a course to transfer. To earn a baccalaureate degree, students must complete at least 60 undergraduate hours at St. Bonaventure University. 6. A separate agreement allows students who are enrolled full-time at Jamestown Community College to take one course free of charge at St. Bonaventure University each semester. PROMOTION OF AGREEMENT Both parties have the right to use this agreement and the names of Jamestown Community College and St. Bonaventure University in all promotional activities including college catalogs and recruitment or advisement activities. PROVISION FOR CHANGES IN POLICIES OR CURRICULA Proposed changes in policies or curricula by either party should be communicated in writing to the other party. EFFECTIVE DATE AND PROVISION FOR CANCELLATION This agreement goes into effect when signed by all individuals listed below. Either party may independently cancel this agreement by notifying the other party in writing no less than one year before the intended date of cancellation.
4 APPROVED FOR JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE BY: APPROVED FOR ST. BONAVENTURE UNIVERSITY BY: Marilyn A. Zagora Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs Michael J. Fischer Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Date Date Robert A. Phillips Transfer Articulation Coordinator Joseph Zimmer Dean, School of Education Date Date
5 APPENDIX A FOR STUDENTS WHO EARN AN A.A. OR A.S. DEGREE 1 ST. BONAVENTURE UNIVERSITY/JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE EQUIVALENCIES CREDIT JCC EQUIVALENT CREDIT SBU COURSE HOURS COURSE HOURS Education Degree Requirements Major Requirements: Elementary Education EDUC 201 Introduction to Teaching 3 EDU 1510 Foundations of Education 3 EDUC 210 Human Development and Learning 3 PSY 2520 Child Development 3 EDUC 220/220L Basic Instructional Design/ Basic Instructional Design Lab EDUC 304 Methods Models, & Management of Instruction EDUC 305 Music, Art, and Physical Education in the Elementary School EDUC 310 Methods for Teaching Elementary Social Studies and Language Arts EDUC 312x Developmental Reading EDUC 401 Diagnostic and Prescriptive Reading EDUC 425 Organization and Assessment for Elementary Classrooms EDUC 430 Methods for Teaching Elementary Science, Math, and Technology SPED 230 Introduction to Special Education EDU 2450 Exceptional Children 3 SPED 340 Classroom and Behavioral Management SPED 440 Curriculum Adaptation and Instruction for Students with Special Needs SPED 460 Communication and Collaboration Skills for Educators
6 EDUC 099A Safe Schools Workshop EDUC 099B Child Abuse Prevention Workshop EDUC 099D Cultural Diversity Workshop Choose a combination of: EDUC 490 Elementary Student Teaching: Primary and ED/SPED 491 Elementary Student Teaching Intermediate/Students with Disabilities OR EDUC 491 Elementary Student Teaching: Intermediate and ED/SPED 490 Elementary Student Teaching: Primary/Students with Disabilities Optional Requirements for Early Childhood ECED 240 Foundations of Early Childhood 3 EDU 1290 Introduction to Early Childhood 3 Education Education ECED 420 Curriculum and Assessment for Early Childhood Educators Optional Requirements for Students with Disabilities SPED 430 Assessment and Assistive Technology for Children with Exceptionalities SPED 450 Advanced Teaching Methods for Students with Disabilities Clare College Requirements 1 CLAR 101 The Intellectual Journey CLAR 110/111 Composition and 6 ENG 1510/1530 English Composition I/II 2 6 Critical Thinking CLAR 207 The Catholic- Franciscan Heritage CLAR 302 Inquiry in the Natural World 4 Any 4- credit laboratory course in BIO, CHE, GLG, 4 or PHY CLAR 304 The Good Life CLAR 401 The University Forum Other Requirements 3 6 credits in Any English 6 Any 6 or more total credits in ENG up to 6 6 credits in Any Foreign Language 6 Any 6 or more credits of language courses up to 6 in the following: ASL, FRE, GER, RUS, SPA 6 credits in Any Mathematics 6 Any 6 or more total credits in MAT up to 6 6 credits in Any Science 6 Any 6 or more total credits in BIO, CHE, up to 6 GLG, or PHY
7 3 credits in Any US History 4 3 Choose 1 of the following 3 HIST 201 U.S. History I HIS 1530 U.S. History to 1865 HIST 202 U.S. History II OR HIS 1540 U.S. History Since credits in Any History 3 Any 3 or more total credits in HIS 3 Concentrations 3 English 30 Any credits in: ENG up to 30 The following core courses will count: CLAR 101, 110, 111, 209 Foreign Language 30 Any credits in: ASL, FRE, GER, RUS, & SPA up to 30 Math/Science/Technology 30 Any credits in: AST, BIO, CHE, GLG, MAT, up to 30 The following core courses will count: & PHY CLAR 302 Social Sciences 30 Any credits in: ANT, ECO, HIS,HUS, SOC, up to 30 POL, REL, & PSY 1 Any student who earns an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree prior to enrollment at SBU will have the following requirements waived: CLAR 1O3, 105, 206, 208, The CLAR 110 requirement at St. Bonaventure University is waived for JCC Students who place out of ENG 1510 and transfer ENG 1530 to SBU. 3 Courses may count in several categories. 4 Students must take a US History Course which does not count for CLAR 103.
8 APPENDIX B CLARE COLLEGE EQUIVALENCIES FOR STUDENTS WHO DO NOT EARN AN A.A. OR A.S. DEGREE CLAR 110/111 Composition and Critical Thinking 6 ENG 1510/1530 English Composition I/II 1 6 CLAR 103 Foundations of the Western 3 Any 3- credit world or American history course 3 World CLAR 105 Inquiry in the Social World 3 Any 3- credit course in ECO, POL, PSY, or SOC 3 CLAR 206 Foundational Religious Texts 3 Any one of the following 3 of the Western World Any 3- credit REL course ANT 1530 Comparative Religion ANT/HIS/REL 2570 History of World Religions ENG 2850 Literature of the Bible PHL 2550 Philosophy of Religion CLAR 208 World Views 3 Any one of the following 3 ANT 1520 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANT 2510 Peoples and Cultures of the Americas ANT 2520 People/Cultures of World ANT 2540 Social Anthropology POL 1520 World Politics POL 2860 European Union SOC 2580 Minorities in American Society CLAR 209 Arts and Literature 3 Any one of the following 3 Any 3- credit course in ART, MUS, THE ENG 2510 Masterpieces/World Literature I ENG 2520 Masterpieces/World Literature II ENG 2550 American Literature I ENG 2560 American Literature II ENG 2610 British Literature I ENG 2620 British Literature II ENG 2650 Award Winning Young Adult Literature ENG 2830 Shakespeare INT 2530 Humanities I INT 2540 Humanities II CLAR 302 Inquiry in the Natural World 4 Any 4- credit laboratory course in BIO, CHE, GLG, or PHY 4 1 The CLAR 110 requirement at St. Bonaventure University is waived for JCC students who place out of ENG 1510 and transfer ENG 1530 to SBU.
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