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Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2007
 
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School of Education

Dean

Susan D. Phillips, Ph.D.
Columbia University

Associate Deans

Robert L. Bangert-Drowns, Ph.D.
The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

Virginia J. Goatley, Ph.D.
Michigan State University

Deanís Office Staff

Michael Green, Ph.D.
Syracuse University

Jennifer Hogan, M.A.
University at Albany

Christopher Ives, M.S.
University at Albany

Mary Murphy, B.S.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Susan Palmer, M.L.S.
University at Albany

Ruth Schulman, B.S.
State University of New York at Potsdam

The School of Education is organized into four departments: Educational and Counseling Psychology, Educational Administration and Policy Studies, Educational Theory and Practice, and Reading.

The School of Education offers an undergraduate minor in General Educational Studies.

Undergraduate students are advised that to obtain teacher certification at the University at Albany, students must complete a BA/BS with an appropriate academic major plus an appropriate MA/MS in Education.

Students interested in teaching as a profession should contact Jennifer Hogan (Assistant to the Dean, School of Education) at 442-4828 or jhogan@uamail.albany.edu to discuss their options.

The following undergraduate courses offered by the School of Education are considered liberal arts and sciences courses for the purpose of requirements for the B.A. and B.S. degrees: E Aps 400, 470; E Cpy 360, 462; E Edu 275, 375, 427; E Est all courses; E Psy 420, 460; E Rdg 487Z; E Spe 369, 460; E Spy 360; E Tap 403

All courses in this section are preceded by the prefix letter E.