Adolescent Education Branch Campus Option

Adolescent Education Branch Campus Option

Branch Campus Option BU has partnered with Luzerne County Community College, Lehigh Carbon County Community College, and Harrisburg Areas Community College to provide a completion program in elementary education. Under the completion program, students can pursue a four-year B.S. degree in adolescent education from BU, while taking upper level courses on site at off-campus locations.

Students will be guaranteed admission to BU provided they follow the transfer guide for the adolescent education major, graduate from the approved off-campus program with an associate's degree in education, enroll at BU within one year of graduation, complete a “Dual Admissions Intent” from the beginning of their third semester at off-campus location, and satisfy all other BU transfer requirements to the major in education, including GPA requirement.

Special features

  • All classes meet at convenient locations, Luzerne County Community College in Nanticoke, Lehigh Carbon County Community College at the Morgan Center in Tamaqua and Dixon University Center in Harrisburg.
  • Classes meet late-afternoon and evening to accommodate the working professional.
  • Bloomsburg University classes are taught by regular BU faculty and the B.S. degree will be awarded from BU.
  • Bloomsburg University faculty advisement is offered at off-campus sites.
  • Participating students can use BU services and facilities.
  • Students for other colleges and universities can transfer into the program on a space available basis.

 

OFF CAMPUS ROOM LOCATIONS SPRING 2013

ELEMED 331 Teaching Science & Env Ed Pk4 1818 Morgan Center M 6:00-9:00 Hoover MC 206

EDFOUND 406 Multicultural Education (91) 2840 Morgan Center T 6:00-9:20 TBA MC 206

ELEMED 324 Lang and Lit in Diverse EC B-GR4 1811 Luzerne R 6:00-9:00 Young Bldg 4 Room 416

ELEMED 336 Teach Social Studies PK4 1825 Luzerne T/R 3:30-4:45 Steransky Bldg 3 Room 312

EDFOUND 406 Multicultural ed 2406 Dixon Center M 6:00 -9:00 Parker

SPECED 358 Methods for Ind with Disabilites 1332 Dixon Center R 6:00- 9:00 Wert