Visual Impairment: Rehabilitation Teaching Program Coordinators: Rosanne K. Silberman; 911 West Building; (212) 772-4740; firstname.lastname@example.org, Ellen Trief; 921 West Building; (212) 772-4110; email@example.com
This Program does not lead to New York State Teacher Certification.
An undergraduate BA or BS degree from an approved college with a GPA of 2.8 or higher or a graduate degree from an approved college with a GPA of 3.5 or better.
12-Credit Progress Standards for Matriculated Students
Students must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 in order to continue in the program.
Students with more than one course grade below B in the first 12 credits will not be allowed to continue in the program.
Students who receive a grade of F in any course in the first 12 credits will not be allowed to continue in the program.
Students with one grade of IN (Incomplete) within the first 12 credits are restricted from registering for more than one additional course. Those with two or more INs will not be allowed to register for any courses.
Note: It is recommended that students with two or more INs take an official leave of absence.
Visual Impairment: Rehabilitation Teaching Course of Study
Total Credits: 40 credits
The Rehabilitation Teaching program alone does not lead to New York State teacher certification.
). Students receiving B-, C+, or C for any one of these courses must apply to the department chairperson for permission to retake that course, which may be repeated only once.
Any student who receives a grade of F will not be allowed to continue.
B. Students must complete all required days and hours for each of the internship courses. Students not completing the minimum required days and hours will receive a course grade of IN for that course, prohibiting them from graduating.