Rhode Island College

2014-2015 Catalog


Feinstein School of Education and Human Development

Undergraduate Degree Programs

(see also Undergraduate Certificate Programs)

Donald Halquist, Dean

Eileen Sullivan, Assistant Dean for Partnerships and Placements

 

Degree

Concentration

Community Health and Wellness

B.S.

Community and Public Health Education

 

 

Health and Aging

 

 

Recreation and Leisure Studies

 

 

Wellness and Movement Studies

 

 

Women’s Health

Early Childhood Education

B.S.

Concentration in Teaching

(Certification for PreK–Grade 2)

B.S.

Concentration in Community Programs

Degree 

Content Major

Elementary Education

B.A.

English

(Certification for Grades 1–6)

 

B.A.

General Science

(Certification for Grades 1–6)

 

B.A.

Mathematics

(Certification for Grades 1–6)

 

B.A.

Multidisciplinary Studies

(Certification for Grades 1–6)

 

B.A.

Social Studies

(Certification for Grades 1–6)

  Degree  Teaching Concentration 

Elementary Education

B.S.

Special Ed—Mild/Moderate Elementary School Level

B.S.

Special Ed—Ages Three to Twenty-One (SID)

  B.S. *Special Ed—Ages Three to Twenty-One (Deaf/Hard of Hearing)

*Projected 2016; pending RIDE approval.

  Degree Major

Health Education

B.S.

 

Physical Education

B.S.

 

Secondary Education

B.A.

Biology

 

B.A.

Chemistry

 

B.A.

English

 

B.A.

General Science

 

B.A.

History

 

B.A.

Mathematics

  Degree  Teaching Concentration

 

B.A.

Modern Languages (French, Portuguese, Spanish)

 

B.A.

Physics

 

B.A.

Social Studies


B.S.

Special Ed—Mild/Moderate Middle through Secondary Level

Technology Education

B.S.

Concentration in Teaching

 

B.S.

Concentration in Applied Technology

Youth Development

B.A.

 

Note: Honors programs are offered in early childhood, elementary, secondary, and special education. A minor is offered in coaching. A specialized program is available in adapted physical education, and an endorsement program is available in middle school education.

– PLEASE NOTE –

All undergraduate full-degree programs require the completion of at least 120 credit hours, including (1) General Education requirements, (2) the College Writing Requirement, (3) the College Mathematics Requirement, and (4) the course requirements listed under each program.

For more details on graduation requirements, see Academic Policies and Requirements.

Graduate Degree Programs

(see also Graduate Certificate Programs)

Major

Degree

Concentration

Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning

M.Ed.

No

Counseling

M.A.

School Counseling

Counseling

M.S.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Early Childhood Education

M.Ed.

No

Education Doctoral Program

Ph.D.

No

Educational Leadership

M.Ed.

Instructional Leader

 

M.Ed.

Building Level Leader
 

M.Ed.

Special Education Administration

Elementary Education

M.A.T.

No

Elementary Education

M.Ed.

No

Health Education

M.Ed.

Health Education

Reading

M.Ed.

No

School Psychology

M.A./C.A.G.S.

No

Secondary Education

M.A.T.

 

 

M.A.T.

Biology

 

M.A.T.

English

 

M.A.T.

French

 

M.A.T.

History

 

M.A.T.

Mathematics

 

M.A.T.

Spanish

Special Education

M.Ed.

Early Childhood, Birth through Grade 2

Special Education

M.Ed.

Exceptional Learning Needs

Special Education

M.Ed.

Severe Intellectual Disabilities (SID)

Special Education

M.Ed.

Special Education Certification

Special Education

M.Ed.

Urban Multicultural Special Education

Teaching English as a Second Language

M.Ed.

No

Note: See teaching certification requirements for an M.A.T. in art education or an  M.A.T. in music education under the School of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.