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Courses

Students in the English Education program pursue a program of study that combines the Liberal Arts and Sciences core, a liberal arts major (English and Textual Studies), and education courses.

If you are entering Syracuse University with no college credit, a typical fall schedule might include:
  • A 100-level English course
  • A natural science
  • A social science
  • A foreign language or mathematics course
  • A writing course
  • A first-year forum

English Education students take their first education course, EDU 204, Principles of Learning in Inclusive Classrooms, in the spring of their first year.  As part of this course, they also complete 25 hours of fieldwork in a middle or high school classroom.