The College of Saint Rose
Thelma P. Lally
School of Education
Adolescence Education (Grades 7-12) - B.S. and M.S. in Ed.
Applied Technology Education - M.S. in Ed. and Graduate Certificate in Advanced Study
Business & Marketing Education - M.S.in Ed. and Graduate Certificate in Advanced Study
Childhood Education (Grades 1-6) - B.S. and M.S. in Ed.
College Student Services Administration - M.S. in Ed.
Communication Disorders - B.S. and M.S. in Ed.
Counseling - M.S. in Ed.
Early Childhood Education (Birth-Grade 2) - B.S. and M.S. in Ed.
Educational Computing - Graduate Certificate in Advanced Study
Educational Administration and Supervision - M.S. in Ed.
Educational Psychology - M.S. in Ed.
Literacy - M.S. in Ed. and Graduate Certificate in Advanced Study
School Administrator & Supervisor - Graduate Certificate in Advanced Study
School District Administrator - Graduate Certificate in Advanced Study
School Psychology - M.S. and Graduate Certificate in Advanced Study
Special Education - B.S. and M.S. in Ed.
Teacher Education - M.S. in Ed.
The Thelma P. Lally School of Education is committed to developing leaders in the field of education. The various undergraduate and graduate programs are directed to students who wish to enter the teaching profession; teachers who wish to revitalize their professional skills; students who wish to be administrators, counselors, or school psychologists; and individuals in education-related professions. All School of Education programs are fully accredited by NCATE.
Applications for admission to all education programs are accepted on a rolling admission basis and must meet the general requirements for admission to graduate study. In addition, applicants must meet the specific requirements for admission to the program of their choice. To apply on-line, visit www.strose.edu/apply for undergraduate programs and www.strose.edu/gradapply for graduate programs.
Conceptual Framework for Education Programs
Statement of Philosophy and Purpose
The College of Saint Rose Thelma P. Lally School of Education is committed to providing quality and distinctive educational programs. The School’s philosophy evolves from the faculty’s belief in the profound influence and possibilities of education to guide and promote the intellectual and human development of people in a diverse society.
Instructional technologies, research, and policy formulation inform teaching and learning while partnerships in the field offer extensive experiences.
Valuing the knowledge and multicultural experiences of students in the educational process, the faculty strives to be responsive to their interests and challenges them to broaden their awareness and sensitivity to diverse backgrounds. Leadership is at the heart of the School’s efforts to encourage and create new initiatives through which the faculty and students become mutually responsible agents of change and advocates for their communities. To ensure the actualization of this philosophy, the faculty, staff and students model its standards and values in their daily practices and relationships. This philosophy generates educational experiences that are formative and indelible.
The College of Saint Rose
The College of Saint Rose is a dynamic, comprehensive college of over 4,600 students (2,924 undergraduates; 1,700 graduates) where teaching is the first priority. Located in the heart of New York State's Capital District, the College is an independent, coeducational college sponsored by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet, Albany Province. Through a strong liberal education curriculum and progressive academic programs, the College serves traditional students and working professionals in 44 undergraduate programs, 29 graduate degrees, and 12 graduate certificates of advanced study.
Graduate, Adult and Continuing Education