The following is a PROPOSED course schedule for the upcoming semesters.  It can be used for course mapping, but is subject to change. 

 

  • Psychological Foundations of Learning (2 sections)
  • Exceptionalities
  • Managing Student Behaviors
  • Teaching Methods I
  • Clinical Practice II
  • Professional Responsibility
  • The Early Childhood Environment
  • Clinical Research Seminar
  • Instructional Strategies
  • The Special Education Process
  • Matriculation Continued
  • Psychological Foundations of Learning
  • Exceptionalities
  • Managing Student Behaviors
  • Teaching Methods I
  • Language and Literacy in Special Education
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Psychological Foundations of Learning
  • Exceptionalities (2 sections)
  • Managing Student Behaviors
  • Teaching Methods I
  • Clinical Practice I
  • Elementary Classroom Assessments
  • Secondary Classroom Assessments
  • Elementary/P3 Teaching Methods II
  • Secondary Teaching Methods II
  • Language & Literacy in Special Education
  • Behavioral and Learning Disorders
  • Matriculation Continued
  • Psychological Foundations of Learning
  • Exceptionalities
  • Managing Student Behaviors (2 sections)
  • Teaching Methods I
  • Clinical Practice II
  • Professional Responsibility
  • The Early Childhood Environment
  • Clinical Research Seminar
  • Instructional Strategies
  • The Special Education Process
  • Matriculation Continued

 

As part of the Accelerated degree program (BA/MA), Rutgers–Camden undergraduate students can take up to three courses for graduate credit, at the undergraduate tuition rate, prior to full admittance to the MAT Program. Accelerated students are eligible for MAT courses only in a fall or spring semester. If you are currently taking courses, those course credits will not “count” towards completed credits until grades are posted after the semester ends. See an MAT advisor for specific details and permission to register for courses.

Undergraduate with 75 – 89 completed credits:

      • GPA 3.0 or higher – Can take 1 education course
      • GPA 2.99 or lower – Cannot take education courses

Undergraduate with 90 + completed credits

      • GPA 3.0 or higher – Can take up to 3 classes; *No more than 2 classes in a semester without special permission
      • GPA 2.99 or lower – Can take 1 class; If you receive a B or better in education class, you can take up to 2 more