New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey
New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey provides a process for individuals who already hold a bachelor’s degree (or higher) to become licensed teachers by taking classes while they are doing their first two years of teaching. Candidates take a 50-hour Introduction to Teaching Course which includes classroom observations and field experience followed by 24 credits of alternate route classes. Candidates must also teach for two years with successful evaluations in order to apply for a Standard Certificate to teach in New Jersey.
The program can be completed through non-credit courses for certification only, or for the additional cost of graduate tuition, the program can be completed as graduate credits which may be used as part of a Masters degree at NJCU.
Detailed information on the program can be found here.
Dr. Muriel K. Rand, Academic Director
Ms. Lola Martinez, Administrative Assistant
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