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Renata Nyul, Northeastern’s assistant vice president of communications, emphasized in an email to The News that students already enrolled in the major would still have the opportunity to finish their degrees and gain their teacher’s licenses.
This was the same thing secondary education minors were told last year when their program was cut.
“Last summer [in June of 2014], we got an email that said ‘Things may change, but don’t worry, you’re still in the minor program,’” Van Hare said. “Then [in August] they said that the program had been cut and we were no longer eligible to get the minor. Instead, they had an alternate program for us to get licensure.”
This alternative is a graduate-school program that will allow students to gain their Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) in as little as a year after completing their undergraduate degree. Secondary education minors who had their degrees cut will be able to participate in this certification for free. “If I wanted to graduate in four years, I no longer have the option to start working after four years of schooling, so that’s another year that I won’t be paid for work and instead will have to pay housing costs in Boston,” Van Hare, who’s planning on participating in the program, said.
When the secondary education program was cut last year, Krause said, a vast majority of the 20 to 30 students enrolled either decided to drop the minor completely or switch over to the elementary education minor.
“I don’t think this decision will have any effect on the University,” Mangione said. “I spoke to a professor about it briefly and was told that there are ‘so many other schools nearby more focused on education.’ This really struck a chord in me.”
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