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1 Certificates and Transfer Programs Accelerated Certification Program Art Education Curriculum Coordinator: David W. Porter, M.A., Professor The accelerated certification program in art education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree in visual art or studio art, or a master s degree in an art discipline, with education coursework that can lead to teaching certification in the state of Pennsylvania. The program targets the development of skilled teachers who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in the arts in K-12 classrooms. A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at the College for the certificate, and all prerequisites required for recommendation for certification, including fieldwork, must be completed. All education majors require a 3.00 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.00 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.00 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, special education, art education, social studies, mathematics, and middle level education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. All students must successfully complete the Graduation Requirements listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. Graduation Requirements EDUC Field Observation/Participation EDUC Introduction to Teaching EDUC Teaching in the Secondary Schools EDUC Art Education Media and Methods/Elementary Methods EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Teaching English Language Learners EDUC Art Education Media and Methods/Secondary Methods EDUC Student Teaching at the Elementary or Intermediate Level EDUC Student Teaching at the Secondary Level EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education SPEC Characteristics and Needs of Exceptional Learners SPEC Classroom Management SPEC Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners Education Electives: Sufficient EDUC/SPEC/ECE courses to ensure a minimum of 30 credits earned at Keystone College for graduation. Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining certification in art education at Keystone College must complete a minimum of 30 credits at the College in order to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been accepted by Keystone Col- 183 Keystone College

2 lege as transfer credits into this program, a list of acceptable alternative courses will be provided to the student in order to ensure completion of the 30-credit minimum. A minimum of 150 hours of classroom field experiences are required prior to student teaching. Evidence of previously completed field experiences does not count toward the 150 hours required Catalog 184

3 Accelerated Certification Program Early Childhood Education Curriculum Coordinator: Carol Fontana, M.S., Professor The accelerated certification program in Early Childhood Education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled individuals who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in early childhood education classrooms. The Accelerated Early Childhood Education Certification curriculum requires a 3.0 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.0 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.0 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, and special education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. Students with an Instructional I certificate in ECE (N-3), ECE (PreK-4) or Elementary Education (K- 6) may utilize previous coursework for required courses as determined by the adviser and Registrar. All students must successfully complete the Graduation Requirements listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. Graduation Requirements ECE Curriculum and Program Planning: Ages 3-8 or EDUC Curriculum Planning or ECE Curriculum and Methods: Mathematics or ECE Curriculum and Methods: Citizenship and Social Studies or ECE Curriculum and Methods: Science ECE Early Literacy Foundations ECE Teaching Reading Grades 2-4 EDUC Field Observation/Participation EDUC Developmental Assessment I or EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Teaching English Language Learners EDUC Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (PreK-2) EDUC 4725 Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (Grades 2-4) PSYC Child Development I or PSYC Child Development II or PSYC Play, Cognition and Learning SPEC Characteristics and Needs of Exceptional Learners SPEC Classroom Management SPEC Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining Pennsylvania Department of Education certification in early childhood education through Keystone College, must complete all program requirements to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been met and have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits, the courses do not have to be repeated. Field experiences are required. 185 Keystone College

4 Accelerated Certification Program Early Childhood/Special Education Curriculum Coordinator: Karen Arcangelo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor The accelerated certification program in Early Childhood/Special Education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled individuals who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in early childhood education classrooms. The Accelerated Early Childhood/Special Education Certification curriculum requires a 3.0 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.0 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.0 GPA in psychology, early childhood education and special education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. Students with an Instructional I certificate in ECE (N-3), ECE (PreK-4) or Elementary Education (K- 6) may utilize previous coursework for required courses as determined by the adviser and Registrar. All students must successfully complete the Graduation Requirements listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. Graduation Requirements ECE Curriculum and Program Planning: Ages 0-3 or EDUC Curriculum Planning or ECE Curriculum and Methods: Mathematics or ECE Curriculum and Methods: Citizenship and Social Studies or ECE Curriculum and Methods: Science ECE Early Literacy Foundations ECE Teaching Reading Grades 2-4 EDUC Field Observation/Participation EDUC Developmental Assessment I or EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Teaching English Language Learners EDUC Student Teaching Special Education (PreK-8) EDUC 4720 Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (PreK-2) PSYC Child Development I or PSYC Child Development II or PSYC Play, Cognition and Learning SPEC Characteristics and Needs of Exceptional Learners SPEC Special Education Processes and Procedures SPEC Early Intervention and Transitions SPEC Classroom Management SPEC Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners SPEC Low Incidence Disabilities: Assessment and Instruction SPEC Evidence Based Effective Instruction Catalog 186

5 SPEC Learning Disabilities: Identification and Instruction SPEC Technology: Assistive and Universal Design SPEC Family Partnerships: Advocacy, Collaboration, and Transitions Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining Pennsylvania Department of Education certification in early childhood education/special education at Keystone College must complete all program requirements and be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the requirements have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits, the courses do not have to be repeated. Field experiences are required. 187 Keystone College

6 Accelerated Certification Program Math Education Curriculum Coordinator: Patricia Bederman Miller, Ph.D., Professor The accelerated certification program in mathematics education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled teachers who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in mathematics in 7-12 classrooms. A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at the College for the certificate and all prerequisites required for recommendation for certification, including fieldwork, must be completed. All education majors require a 3.00 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.00 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.00 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, special education, art education, social studies, mathematics, and middle level education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. All students must successfully complete the Graduation Requirements listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook Graduation Requirements EDUC Field Observation/Participation EDUC Introduction to Teaching EDUC Teaching in the Secondary Schools EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Mathematics Education and Methods/Secondary Methods EDUC Teaching English Language Learners EDUC Student Teaching at the Elementary/Intermediate Level EDUC Student Teaching at the Secondary Level EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education SPEC Characteristics and Needs of Exceptional Learners SPEC Classroom Management SPEC Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners Education Electives: Sufficient EDUC/SPEC/ECE courses to ensure a minimum of 30 credits earned at Keystone College for graduation. Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining certification in mathematics education at Keystone College must complete a minimum of 30 credits at the College in order to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits into this program, a list of acceptable alternative courses will be provided to the student in order to ensure completion of the 30-credit minimum. A minimum of 150 hours of classroom field experiences are required prior to student teaching. Evidence of previously completed field experiences does not count toward the 150 hours required Catalog 188

7 Accelerated Certification Program Social Studies Education Curriculum Coordinator: Janet Wrightnour, Associate Professor The accelerated certification program in social studies education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled teachers who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in social studies in 7-12 classrooms. A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at the College for the certificate and all prerequisites required for recommendation for certification, including fieldwork, must be completed. All education majors require a 3.00 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.00 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.00 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, special education, art education, social studies, mathematics, and middle level education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. All students must successfully complete the Graduation Requirements listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. Graduation Requirements EDUC Field Observation/Participation EDUC Introduction to Teaching EDUC Teaching in the Secondary Schools EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Secondary Curriculum and Methods/Social Studies EDUC Instructional Strategies for Content Area Reading EDUC Teaching English Language Learners EDUC Student Teaching at the Elementary/Intermediate Level EDUC Student Teaching at the Secondary Level EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education SPEC Characteristics and Needs of Diverse Learners SPEC Classroom Management SPEC Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners Education Electives: Sufficient EDUC/SPEC/ECE courses to ensure a minimum of 30 credits earned at Keystone College for graduation. Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining certification in social studies education at Keystone College must complete a minimum of 30 credits at the College in order to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits into this program, a list of acceptable alternative courses will be provided to the student in order to ensure completion of the 30-credit minimum. A minimum of 150 hours of classroom field experiences are required prior to student teaching. Evidence of previously completed field experiences does not count toward the 150 hours required. 189 Keystone College

8 Education Credentials Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the bachelors degree in early childhood education. Keystone College offers the 12-credit CDA Program. The CDA is a nationally recognized credential administered by the National Council for Professional Recognition Program in Washington D.C. The credential requires the creation of a professional portfolio. The College offers instruction which meets the CDA requirements through the following coursework: ECE Introduction to Early Childhood Education ECE Curriculum and Program Planning: Ages 3-8 Years EDUC Child, Family and Community PSYC Child Development I Pennsylvania Director s Credential Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the bachelor degree programs in education. Keystone College offers the nine-credit PA. Director s Credential program specified by the Pennsylvania Office of Child Development for individuals who assume director positions in licensed child care facilities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The credential details instructional competency outcomes that are achieved through participation in the following coursework: ECE Administration and Supervision of Schools for Young Children or EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education PSYC Organizational Behavior PSYC Supervision and Leadership School Age Credential (SACC) School Age Credential (SACC) Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the bachelor degree programs in education. Keystone College offers the nine-credit SACC credential which is administered by the Pennsylvania Key. The credential requires the creation of a professional portfolio. The College offers instruction which meets the SAC requirements through the following coursework. ECE Administration and Supervision of Schools for Young Children or EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education EDUC Child, Family, and Community PSYC Child Development II Early Childhood/Early Intervention Certificate: This program is designed to help individuals who lack specialized early intervention training but who currently work in early childhood or early intervention programs. Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the associate degree or B.S. degree programs in early childhood education. Prior to beginning the certificate sequence, Catalog 190

9 students are required to complete English 101. Students meeting all requirements receive a certificate in early intervention. The following courses must be taken: ECE Introduction to Early Childhood Education ECE Curriculum Planning, Ages 0-3 ECE Curriculum Planning, Ages 3-8 ECE Early Childhood Education Seminar EDUC Child, Family and Community EDUC Integrating the Arts PSYC Child Development I SPEC Characteristics and Needs of Exceptional Learners SPEC Special Education Processes and Procedures SPEC Early Intervention and Transitions 191 Keystone College

10 Military Science - Air Force ROTC The Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) program at Wilkes University permits students to earn commissions as officers in the U.S. Air Force while pursuing a college degree. Students enroll in either the four-year or two-year program. Students with three years remaining until graduation may enroll concurrently in the freshman and sophomore Air and Space Studies courses and can complete the four-year program in three years; moreover, any interested student may call the detachment and query staff regarding additional programs available ( ). Professional Development Program (PD) (Optional) The program allows both General Military Course (GMC) and Professional Officer Course (POC) members to visit a USAF base for up to three weeks during the summer (cadets attending Field Training are not eligible.) PD allows the cadet to shadow an active duty officer working in the student s career interest (i.e., pilot, navigator, communications, intelligence, etc.) Transportation from the legal residence of the cadet to the PD base (and return), food, lodging, and medical and dental care during the visit are provided by the Air Force. The participating cadet is also provided a nominal stipend during the program. Scholarships AFROTC also offers full and partial tuition scholarships for which qualified students may compete, if they enroll in AFROTC. All scholarship awards are based on individual merit, regardless of financial need, with most scholarship recipients determined by central selection boards. For more information, please contact the detachment. Air and Space Studies Courses: General Military Course (GMC) AS Foundations of the USAF I AS Foundations of the USAF II AS 103/104 - Leadership Laboratory AS Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power I AS Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power II AS 203/204 - Leadership Laboratory Professional Officer Course (POC) AS Air Force Leadership Studies I AS Air Force Leadership Studies II AS 303/304 - Leadership Laboratory AS National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty I AS National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty II AS 403/404 - Leadership Laboratory Commissioning Students who satisfactorily complete the POC curriculum requirements are commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Air Force and will serve on active duty in a career specialty they have chosen, consistent with USAF needs Catalog 192

11 Qualified students may compete for duty as pilots, navigators, engineers, missile or space operations officers, nurses, engineers, meteorologists, computer analysts, lawyers, security forces or any of a number of other career fields. 193 Keystone College

12 Military Science - Army ROTC Keystone College offers students the opportunity to participate in Army ROTC through a partnership with the North East Pennsylvania Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Battalion. The primary objective of the Reserve Officer Training Program is to develop leadership capabilities in students and to train future officers for active ARMY, US Army Reserve, Army National Guard and leaders for the country. The NEPA Army ROTC Battalion continually ranks in the top 10% of all ROTC programs nationwide and was ranked third in the Eastern United States in The NEPA Battalion has recently celebrated fifty years of commissioning outstanding officers for the Army. The Army ROTC program can be tailored to fit any student s schedule, particularly in the freshman and sophomore years. Military Science instruction is offered at The University of Scranton with two, three, and four year programs leading to a commission as an officer in one of the three components of the United States Army. Any Keystone College student may participate in any basic Army ROTC course without cost or obligation for the first two years. Uniforms and Supplies The Military Science Department provides all uniforms, equipment, and textbooks required for the classes. Scholarships There are significant scholarship opportunities for ROTC students. Scholarships could be used to pay for tuition, books, and spending money. Two, three and four-year Army scholarships as well as special National Guard and Army Reserve scholarships are available for students enrolled full-time at Keystone College. Army ROTC Scholarship Candidate selection is merit based. Scholarship recipients receive full tuition and fees, in addition to $900 per year for books and a monthly stipend ranging from $3,000 to $5,000 per year for each year the scholarship is awarded. For additional information, or if you have specific questions bout the Army ROTC, contact the Military Science department at the University of Scranton at SCRANTON, (570) , or Curriculum Courses: PHED Physical Fitness Training MIL 101/102 - Concepts of Leadership I and II MIL 201/202 - Dynamics of Leadership I and II MIL 301/302 - Basic Military Leadership I and II MIL 401/402 - Advanced Military Leadership I and II MIL 111L/112L/131L/132L - Leadership Application Laboratory Catalog 194

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