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Education can be studied at the undergraduate level through Brookdale’s University Partnerships. The preferred associate degree for each bachelor’s degree is located at the end of the program description.


BA in Elementary Education (K-6) with Teacher of Students with Disabilities (Special Education) Endorsement with English, Psychology  or Interdisciplinary Studies offered through Georgian Court University

GCU’s English and inclusive elementary education program includes New Jersey’s English/Elementary (K–6) Education with Teacher of Students with Disabilities (Special Education) Endorsement.

You will graduate with a B.A. in English and eligibility for the Elementary Education teacher certification with Advanced Standing and Teacher of Students with Disabilities endorsement. With this degree, you will be prepared to teach students in kindergarten through grade six  in general, inclusive, and special education settings.

Graduates are fully equipped for employment in elementary schools and more. Beyond teaching, some education graduates use their talents in business and industry where they work as corporate trainers. Others pursue adult or continuing education, and those who want to become principals or superintendents may pursue GCU’s advanced degrees in educational administration and leadership.

This psychology and inclusive elementary education program includes New Jersey’s Psychology/Elementary (K–6) Education with Teacher of Students with Disabilities (Special Education) Endorsement. You will graduate with a B.A. in Psychology with Teacher Certification.

What makes the study of psychology so special at GCU? You will learn from faculty members who are professionals in the field and deliver real-world experiences through rewarding internships and research.

You will graduate with a B.A. in Psychology and eligibility for the Elementary Education teacher certification. With this degree, you will be prepared to teach students in kindergarten through grade six in general, inclusive or special education settings. Graduates are fully equipped for employment in elementary schools and more. Beyond teaching, some education graduates use their talents in business and industry where they work as corporate trainers. Others pursue additional or advanced degrees in Administration and Leadership or Educational Services programs.

This interdisciplinary studies and inclusive elementary education program includes New Jersey’s Psychology/Elementary (K–6) Education with Teacher of Students with Disabilities (Special Education) Endorsement. You will graduate with a B.A. in Psychology with Teacher Certification. If you’re curious and willing to push boundaries, the GCU@Hazlet interdisciplinary studies program may be right for you. Explore a range of challenging, upper level English courses and gain exposure to new ideas—ideas that will broaden your perspective and give you flexible career options.

Plus, with GCU@Hazlet, you get the benefit of faculty mentoring, networking opportunities with successful alumni, and career counseling in fields where you can put your interdisciplinary studies degree to use!