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Graduate School of Education
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About the School
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Ph.D. Program in Education
Programs, Faculty, and Courses
Five-Year Teacher Education Program
Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration
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Nondepartmental Graduate Courses in Education
Teacher Education/Adminstrative Certification Programs
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  The Graduate School of Education 2004-2006 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Five-Year Teacher Education Program  

Five-Year Teacher Education Program

The Graduate School of Education offers a five-year joint master's degree/initial teacher certification program. Rutgers undergraduates are admitted to the program at the end of their junior year. GSE teacher education curriculum provides for certification through five-year combined programs in the following areas: early childhood/elementary education (K-8), special education (K-12) with elementary education (K-8), English (K-12), foreign languages (K-12), physical science (K-12), biological science (K-12), mathematics (K-12), and social studies (K-12). For detailed information on the five-year program, please see the Rutgers- New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog.

In this section, detailed descriptions of the programs offered by the Graduate School of Education are given for each department and are listed in numerical order. Under the degree programs offered is a list of faculty members, a description of each program's special purposes and requirements, and a list of courses offered in each department.

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