Educational & Transitional Studies

Faculty members in the ETS division look forward to assisting you with reaching your educational goals by:

  • Offering prerequisite or transitional studies courses* to help you improve your mathematics, reading, and English skills to prepare you for college-level courses
  • Preparing you to teach in or manage a day care center through the Early Childhood Education AAS Degree
  • Offering a variety of Teacher Education transfer degrees, including Early Childhood Education/Special Education, Elementary Education/Special Education, Secondary Education, and secondary English, Spanish, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics 
  • Offering an articulation with Towson University to allow you to complete your Early Childhood or Elementary Education degrees in Harford County
  • Offering Teacher Certification courses for new or veteran educators 
  • Helping you change careers to teaching if you already have a bachelor’s degree

Note:

*Transitional Studies courses are listed under the English, mathematics, human development, and chemistry sections in the Schedule of Classes and begin with the number 0 or 00. These courses are used to determine full-time or part-time status for financial aid and athletic eligibility; however, credits earned are shown as “0” on the student’s academic transcripts and cannot be applied toward fulfillment of a degree or certificate. Grades earned in TS courses are not computed in the student’s GPA.

*All Transitional Math courses have been redesigned. Please contact Academic Advising at
443-412-2301 prior to registering.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have additional questions or wish to learn more about our degrees and programs.


Contact Information

Carl Henderson
Dean
Educational and Transitional Studies Division 
443-412-2300
chenderson@harford.edu

Darlene Sakers
Administrative Assistant
Educational and Transitional Studies Division
443-412-2354
dsakers@harford.edu

Field Placement Orientations

If you are enrolling in Education 101, 113, or 217 for the Spring 2014 semester, please plan to atttend one of the orientation sessions listed below in the Chesapeake Center Dining Room South: 

Thursday, January 23, 2014, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, January 30, 2014, from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Friday, January 31, 2014, from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.


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