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Early Childhood Education

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Early Childhood Education

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Curriculum and Instruction

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Rehabilitation and Human Services

The RHS major prepares students to work in diverse human service settings that serve people with disabilities. Students in this major work with a variety of clients (children, adolescents, adults, older adults) who often experience problems in physical, personal, social, educational, and vocational aspects of their lives. RHS professionals assist these individuals to improve each person's quality of life. 

Professional skills that RHS students acquire include how to: identify and support client goals, advocate for others, assess client needs, conduct educational and related support groups, consult with other professionals from other agencies and settings, develop client and family treatment plans, identify and use appropriate community resources to address client problems, interview clients, family members, and other support personnel, manage client caseloads, and resolve conflicts.

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Rehabilitation and Human Services

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Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education

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On-Campus

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Undergraduate Teacher Education (PK-12)

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Penn State offers undergraduate and graduate degrees and many options for teacher certification.

There is a growing demand for graduates of teacher education programs. This department offers professional programs leading to certification in early childhood (PK-4), middle-level education (grades 4-8), and in a variety of discipline areas leading to certification at the secondary-school level. Admission to a specific teacher certification program occurs only after a student applies to a particular program during or at the conclusion of the freshman year. This department also provides a variety of clinical field experiences, including student teaching.

Secondary English Post-Baccalaureate Certification

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Secondary English Post-Baccalaureate Certification

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Curriculum and Instruction

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Additional Credentials

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Middle Level Education (4-8)

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Middle Level Education (4-8)

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PA Certification 
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Curriculum and Instruction

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Secondary Education (7-12)

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Secondary Education (7-12)

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PA Certification 
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Curriculum and Instruction

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Curriculum and Supervision

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Curriculum and Supervision

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Curriculum and Instruction

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Secondary (7-12) Social Studies Post-Baccalaureate Certification

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Secondary (7-12) Social Studies Post-Baccalaureate Certification

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Curriculum and Instruction

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Social Studies Education, Graduate Level

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Social Studies Education, Graduate Level

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Curriculum and Instruction

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Literacies and English Language

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Literacies and English Language

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Curriculum and Instruction

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Educational Psychology

The goal of the Educational Psychology (EDPSY) program is to engage in research, scholarship, and teaching related to the application of psychology to learning, instruction, and measurement across the life span. As educational psychologists, the faculty engage in scholarly activities such as attending/presenting at conferences and publishing their work in scholarly journals/books. The faculty offer introductory and advanced courses in thematic areas of educational psychology both for those training to become educational psychologists and those in the teacher preparation programs of the College of Education and the University.

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Educational Psychology

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Department

Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education

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Science Education

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Science Education

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Curriculum and Instruction

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World Languages Post-Baccalaureate Certification

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World Languages Post-Baccalaureate Certification

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Curriculum and Instruction

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On-Campus

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Counselor Education

The mission of the Counselor Education Program is to provide counselors-in-training and counselor educators with the skills necessary for providing ethical and culturally competent services to nurture personal development, psychological maturity, and positive social enhancement. The program also places strong emphasis on developing students into social advocates through exposure to diverse learning and outreach opportunities. 

Program

Counselor Education

Endorsement Eligibility

PA Certification

Department

Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education

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On-Campus

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Second Language Education

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Second Language Education

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Curriculum and Instruction

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On-Campus

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