- Rutgers Alternate Route Program (non-degree program housed at Rutgers GSE)
- Music Education (bachelor’s degree program through Mason Gross School of the Arts)
- Rutgers GSE master’s degree programs leading to teacher certification in: Agricultural Science Education (in conjunction with School of Environmental and Biological Sciences), Biology Education, Dance Education (in conjunction with Mason Gross School of the Arts), Elementary Program, English Education, Language Education, Mathematics Education, Physics Education, Social Studies Education, Special Education
Programs leading to Advanced-level Certification in –
- Educational Leadership (Principal)
- English as a Second Language and Bilingual Bicultural Teacher (ESL/BBE)
- Learning Disabilities Teacher-Consultant (LDTC)
- Pre-School – Grade 3 Teacher
- Reading Specialist
- School Administration (Superintendent)
- Teacher Leadership
- Teacher of Students with Disabilities
CAEP Accountability Measures
Each year, the GSE submits reports of accountability measures for CAEP-accredited programs. These reports are meant to provide critical information for the public about the quality of the programs offered at Rutgers – New Brunswick. Reports from the last three years can be found below.
NJ Department of Education’s Performance Reports
Each year the New Jersey Department of Education publishes reports about the performance of program completers from every educator preparation program in the state. These Educator Preparation Provider (EPP) Performance Reports provide important data about the quality of educator preparation programs in the state. Rutgers – New Brunswick’s reports from the three most recent years can be found below:
- 2020 Rutgers CEAS Performance Report (Degree Programs)
- 2020 Rutgers CE Performance Report (Alternate Route)
- 2019 Rutgers CEAS Performance Report (Degree Programs)
- 2019 Rutgers CE Performance Report (Alternate Route)
- 2018 Rutgers CEAS Performance Report (Degree Programs)
Title II of the Higher Education Act
Each year, as required by Title II of the Higher Education Act, states and institutions with teacher preparation programs must submit data about their programs and certifications. Title II data is the only comprehensive repository of teacher preparation and credentialing information nationally. Rutgers New Brunswick’s Title II Information is publicly available for the last decade, and can be found through the above link by navigating to New Jersey, selecting “2. Providers”, selecting the information desired, then finding Rutgers in the alphabetical list on the right.
The Ed.M. with Certification in School Counseling Program offered at Rutgers GSE is accredited through the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) and meets all requirements for New Jersey School Counselor Educational Services Certification.