Undergraduate Secondary Education at The College of New Jersey is a collaborative endeavor between academic content departments in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the School of Science, and The Department of Educational Administration and Secondary Education in the School of Education.
Students with an interest in pursuing certification in the disciplines below must apply for admissions in the following Schools.
TCNJ Schools with Secondary Education Programs
School of Humanities and Social Science
School of Science
School of Business
- Social Studies (Economic major)
The Department of Educational Administration and Secondary Education and the academic content department participate in co-advisement, which means that the student has an advisor in the content department and in the education department. Students receive information about the Secondary Education major and their education courses from the Coordinator of Secondary Education and from professors in the Department. Guidance regarding content courses and Liberal Learning courses is provided through the content departments. Courses taken in the junior and senior year are intentionally designed, planned, and scheduled by faculty and advisors in the content areas and in the School of Education for the purpose of ensuring student mastery of the content major, knowledge of pedagogical principles, and competence in best practices of instruction.
The Department of Educational Administration and Secondary Education offers courses in:
- Adolescent Learning and Development
- Schools, Communities, and Culture
- Secondary Pedagogy in the Classroom
- Secondary Field Experiences
- Senior Collaborative Capstone
For more information about the Educational Administration and Secondary Education Programs, as well as course information, please view the Educational Administration and Secondary Education Bulletin.
Other K-12 / Non-Secondary Education Programs
There are also several Undergraduate Education programs offered and maintained by other TCNJ Schools: