Secondary Education Teaching Transfer Pathway
Associate in Science Degree
Program Coordinator: James Revillini, 860.221.8697
The objective of this pathway is to prepare students for transfer to a baccalaureate degree in Secondary Education at a four-year college or university. At the community college level, students will focus on completing their general education requirements and on completing the first two years of study in their chosen major. The State of Connecticut requires students to choose a major in a subject area such as: English, Science, Mathematics, History, Social Studies or Foreign Languages. Upon completing this pathway, students can receive an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts & Sciences
Additional information for students wishing to become CT public school early childhood teachers: In addition to completing the required courses, students will need to past the PRAXIS I exam and must have 30 hours of documented experience working with children. They will also need to meet the admissions requirements for the School of Education at the transfer institution; these vary from institution to institution.
Students should be aware that most baccalaureate degree programs which offer certification in secondary education require a total of 130 or more credits of study including at least one semester of full-time student teaching during your