Pathway to Teaching, B.S.

Students in the Pathway to Teaching Program develop the knowledge and skills to become effective teachers, ready to meet Common Core standards, through active engagement in small classes, classroom simulations, field experience, and student teaching. 

Program Highlights

CLASSES OFFERED 1-NIGHT A WEEK

USE OF BOOKS INCLUDED IN THE COST OF TUITION

PERSONALIZED 1:1 ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT

FULL-TIME STATUS FOR PURPOSES OF FINANCIAL AID

Program Credits:
Select a Program Option


Standard Completion Time
21 months


Accreditation
Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) 

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What Will I Learn?

Learn to teach the many types of learners found in today’s classrooms as you study the pertinent research on how pupils learn. You will exercise your knowledge through practical field experience, simulations, and student teaching.

This accelerated teaching degree is designed for aspiring teachers with at least 60 college credits. Whether you are a:

  • Paraprofessional seeking certification
  • In another field seeking a career change
  • At home ready to return to college

Where Will It Take Me?

Careers

  • Teacher

Schools

  • Rochester City School District
  • Charter Schools
  • Public Schools  
  • Private Schools

Alumni Success

Stacy Sabin

Stacy Sabin ’15

2nd Grade Teacher, Canandaigua City School District

Ivelisse Ilarraza

Ivelisse Ilarraza ’12

5th Grade Bilingual Teacher, Rochester City School District

Jeanne Ricigliano

Jeanne Ricigliano ’12

Center for Human Services Education

Who Will I Meet?

Kristen Driskill

Kristen Driskill, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Dr. Kristen Driskill became the Director of the Pathway to Teaching Program in 2016 and has led collaborative efforts to consistently revise and grow the program. Dr. Driskill’s experience in the field is diverse and current; she works to ensure students in the program are well prepared for the demands of the teaching profession today through both coursework and field experiences. Students are well supported to learn about and experience what teachers in classrooms do by Dr. Driskill’s balance of rigor in instruction and supporting adult learners throughout the PTT Program.

 

 

Location & Start Dates

Attend class one night a week in Rochester

  • Monday, August 7, 2017 | Roberts campus

Application deadline is July 15, 2017. Mandatory orientation will take place Monday, August 7, 2017 on Roberts Campus.

Contact your Admissions Coordinator to join a cohort.

Tuition and Fees

  • Childhood Education & Students with Disabilities 1-6
    • 2017-18 Tuition (48 credit hours) = $24,048
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  • Adolescence Education 7-12 Students with Disabilities Generalist | Adolescence Education in a Content Area & Students with Disabilities (7-12)
    • 2017-18 Tuition (60 credit hours) = $30,060
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  • Program tuition includes student materials and use of books

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Contact Us

Adult and Graduate Admissions
585.594.6600
AGE-Admissions@roberts.edu

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