The UB Teach French education program is an accelerated, combined degree program that allows you to earn a French BA and a French education EdM within five years. It provides you with content expertise in French language and culture while preparing you to teach French at the adolescence level (grades 7 to 12 with a grades 1 to 6 extension).
In this combined program, you will study in the French Program within the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures in the College of Arts and Sciences as well as the Department of Learning and Instruction in the Graduate School of Education. While in the French program, you benefit from a dedicated focus on the study of French Language and Literature; in the Department of Learning and Instruction, you will learn how to bring French to life in the classroom.
UB prepares highly qualified teachers who lead their classrooms, shape students’ lives and positively engage with the communities they serve.
Students enrolled in this program will:
|Academic credential granted||Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Master of Education (EdM)|
|Certification option||Successful completion of program leads to an institutional recommendation for New York State initial and professional certification in French education|
|Grade levels||7 to 12 with 1 to 6 extension|
|Credits required for completion||148|
|Time to completion||5 years|
|Course delivery||On campus, online|
|Experiential contact hours|| |
|Application deadline||Early action: Nov. 15 |
Scholarship consideration: Dec. 15
Regular decision: Feb. 1
Students can continue to submit an application for fall consideration until capacity is reached.
This is a sample course schedule. These courses are subject to change. As a student in the UB Teach program, you must work closely with your advisor before registering for classes.
Two 200-level courses from among the following:
Complete one earlier literature course:
Complete one non-European literature and culture course:
Complete one non-literary cultural production course:
You will not apply separately to graduate study; instead, there are a series of progression points that you must meet.
Advancement to the graduate portion of the program requires that you: