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Teacher Education - Professional Education Courses for Maryland Certification (Professional Training)

(For persons who already have a Bachelor’s Degree)

Application Code 137

For curriculum information, contact the Social Sciences and Teacher Education Division–Room ST-149–443-518-1620.

This course of study is designed for persons who already have a bachelor’s degree and wish to become a Certified Teacher in Maryland. Students may enroll in certification courses, but they should also have their college transcripts evaluated by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Division of Certification. Students must contact MSDE by logging on to www.marylandpublicschools.org or by calling the MSDE Certification Assistance Line at 410-767-0412 to learn about the transcript evaluation process. The courses listed below will satisfy most if not all of the coursework requirements on the MSDE Evaluation Form for Certification. Upon receipt of the transcript evaluation, students may use the following charts to determine what courses Howard Community College offers that meet the MSDE Professional Education course requirements. Please note: 1) All certification areas require passing scores on *the basic skills tests, 2) all certification areas require documented teaching experience before an initial certificate is awarded; Howard Community College does not provide this documented teaching experience or offer a student teaching course, and 3) additional Professional Education courses may be required in some certification areas. These options do not provide a complete certification program or lead to a credential from HCC.

Early Childhood Certification (PreK-3)

HCC Course Equivalent—MSDE Course Requirement

EDUC-111Child Growth and Development

3

-OR

PSYC-200Lifespan Development

3

EDUC-260Educational Psychology

3

EDUC-266Methods of Teaching Early Childhood and Elementary Education

3

EDUC-200Introduction to Special Education

3

EDUC-265Educational Assessment

3

EDUC-201Processes and Acquisition of Reading

3

EDUC-203Instruction of Reading

3

EDUC-204Assessment for Reading Instruction

3

EDUC-205Materials for Teaching Reading

3

Elementary (1-6) and Middle School Certification (4-9)

HCC Course Equivalent—MSDE Course Requirement

EDUC-111Child Growth and Development

3

-OR

PSYC-200Lifespan Development

3

EDUC-260Educational Psychology

3

EDUC-266Methods of Teaching Early Childhood and Elementary Education

3

EDUC-200Introduction to Special Education

3

EDUC-265Educational Assessment

3

EDUC-201Processes and Acquisition of Reading

3

EDUC-203Instruction of Reading

3

EDUC-204Assessment for Reading Instruction

3

EDUC-205Materials for Teaching Reading

3

Academic Subjects (PreK-12) and (7-12) Certification

HCC Course Equivalent—MSDE Course Requirement

PSYC-204Adolescent Psychology

3

-OR

PSYC-200Lifespan Development

3

EDUC-260Educational Psychology

3

EDUC-267Methods of Teaching Secondary Education

3

EDUC-200Introduction to Special Education

3

EDUC-265Educational Assessment

3

EDUC-202Methods of Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas, Part I for Regular and Special Education Teachers

3

EDUC-206Methods of Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas, Part II for Regular and Special Education Teachers

3

Generic Special Education Infant/Primary (Birth-Grade 3) Certification

HCC Course Equivalent—MSDE Course Requirement

EDUC-200Introduction to Special Education

3

EDUC-265Educational Assessment

3

EDUC-293Special Education Assessment Part I Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-294Special Education Assessment Part II Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-201Processes and Acquisition of Reading

3

EDUC-203Instruction of Reading

3

EDUC-204Assessment for Reading Instruction

3

EDUC-205Materials for Teaching Reading

3

EDUC-290Special Education General Methods Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-291Special Education Methods Birth-6th Grade

3

EDUC-293, EDUC-294, EDUC-290, and EDUC-291: meets the appropriate age/grade level requirement

Two of the following three:

EDUC-111Child Growth and Development

3

PSYC-200Lifespan Development

3

PSYC-203Abnormal Psychology

3

Generic Special Education Elementary/Middle (Grades 1-8) Certification

HCC Course Equivalent—MSDE Course Requirement

EDUC-200Introduction to Special Education

3

EDUC-265Educational Assessment

3

EDUC-293Special Education Assessment Part I Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-294Special Education Assessment Part II Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-201Processes and Acquisition of Reading

3

EDUC-203Instruction of Reading

3

EDUC-204Assessment for Reading Instruction

3

EDUC-205Materials for Teaching Reading

3

EDUC-290Special Education General Methods Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-291Special Education Methods Birth-6th Grade

3

EDUC-293, EDUC-294, EDUC-290, and EDUC-291: meets the appropriate age/grade level requirement

Two of the following four:

EDUC-111Child Growth and Development

3

PSYC-200Lifespan Development

3

PSYC-203Abnormal Psychology

3

PSYC-204Adolescent Psychology

3

Generic Special Education Secondary/Adult (Grades 6-12) Certification

HCC Course Equivalent—MSDE Course Requirement

EDUC-200Introduction to Special Education

3

EDUC-265Educational Assessment

3

EDUC-293Special Education Assessment Part I Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-294Special Education Assessment Part II Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-202Methods of Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas, Part I for Regular and Special Education Teachers

3

EDUC-206Methods of Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas, Part II for Regular and Special Education Teachers

3

EDUC-290Special Education General Methods Birth-12th Grade

3

EDUC-292Special Education Methods 6th-12th Grade

3

EDUC-293, EDUC-294, EDUC-290: meets the appropriate age/grade level requirement

EDUC-292: meets the prevocational/vocational methods requirement

Two of the following three:

PSYC-200Lifespan Development

3

PSYC-203Abnormal Psychology

3

PSYC-204Adolescent Psychology

3

*Students in a Teacher Education transfer pattern must submit qualifying scores as established by the State Superintendent of Schools on pre-professional basic skills tests (e.g., SAT, ACT, PRAXIS/CORE) approved by the State Board of Education to the Social Sciences and Teacher Education division prior to the completion of the 30th credit hour. Scores from the basic skills tests are used for admission to four-year Teacher Education programs and are required for teacher certification in Maryland and most other states.