Subject Endorsement in Chinese - Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing (CEAS) Graduate Endorsement
|Requirements (24 credits)|
|ED-510||Psychological and Philosophical Foundations of Teaching||3|
|ED-550||Teaching English Language Learners in Mainstream Classroom||3|
|ED-582||World Language Education||3|
|Foreign Language (FO) 500-Level Independent Study||3|
|Education (ED) 500-Level Independent Study||3|
|FO-LTIOPI||Oral Proficiency Interview (Interm. High) 1||0|
|ED-593||Clinical Practice 2||9|
|or ED-594||Supervised Clinical Practice|
LTIOPI taken with Language Testing International.
Passing score required prior to student/supervised teaching
- Subject certification in Chinese requires a minimum of thirty credits in a coherent sequence in the language and cultures of China.
- A minimum of 30 credits in Chinese, which may include the art, culture, economics, history, and/or literature of China.
- Possession of a baccalaureate degree with a satisfactory overall GPA per state requirements and a 3.0 GPA in the undergraduate major.
- Two letters of recommendation for graduate study.
- Personal statement of not more than two pages that describes your preparation for study in the program and personal objectives for graduate study.
- Provide evidence of successfully achieving a minimum score on one of the following tests as a condition of admission to the MAT:
- Provide a passing score on the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators #5751
- Provide an official qualifying score on the SAT, ACT or GRE required for the year in which the exam was taken (see New Jersey Department of Education for details).
- Students interested in the MAT Initial Certification K-12 in Chinese must have a degree or thirty approved credits in the Chinese language and culture.
Note: Prior to student teaching, the appropriate Praxis Test must be successfully completed, and all content course work and/or conditions of acceptance must be satisfied.