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  • Recreation Management | Springfield College
    Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Sport and Recreation Management Recreation Management Section Menu Sport Management and Recreation Sport Management and Recreation Sport Management Major Recreation Management Council on Accreditation Parks Recreation Tourism and Related Professions COAPRT Accreditation Therapeutic Recreation Services and Child Life Graduate Sport Management and Recreation Program Faculty Sport Management In The News Leadership Opportunities Special Events Internships Job Placements Contact Recreation Management Springfield College has been preparing recreation and leisure professionals for nearly 50 years and continues to recognize the contribution recreation experiences make to the quality of life Leadership management and program skills are the focus of the curriculum which is accredited by the National Recreation and Parks Association Related Springfield College clubs include Campus Community Service Club YMCA Club For more information about the recreation management major contact Kevin M McAllister chairperson of the Sport Management and Recreation Department at 413 748 3476 For general admissions information contact the Office of Admissions at 800 343 1257 Related programs Therapeutic Recreation Services Option Business Management School of Arts Sciences and Professional Studies Sport Management Megan Sica 15 Alumni Update Megan Sica 15 probably has tired arms from doing the Y M C A The recreation management major spent a lot of time throughout her college and now professional career devoted to the organization As a student she interned at the YMCA in Westfield Mass presented at a Y conference and worked for the organization during her semester breaks It all paid off because now Sica is

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/sport-management-and-recreation/recreation-management (2016-02-15)
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  • Secondary Education (art, biology, English, history, or mathematics) | Springfield College
    Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Education Secondary Education art biology English history or mathematics Section Menu Education Education Majors Early Childhood PreK 2 Elementary Education 1 6 Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure Secondary Education art biology English history or mathematics Special Education PreK 8 Education Minor Graduate Study Faculty Profiles Contact Fieldwork Course Catalogs Educator Prep and Licensure Secondary Education art biology English history or mathematics The Springfield College Secondary Education Program provides future art biology history English and math teachers with the proficiencies and confidence needed to connect with every student Graduates successfully secure employment to teach in a wide range of settings including in urban suburban and rural areas Graduates of the program leave Springfield College prepared and ready to lead classrooms of students grades 5 8 or 8 12 Strong partnerships with area middle and high schools Preparation for becoming secondary teachers begins early in a student s undergraduate career Springfield College partners with area middle and high schools providing students with hands on learning opportunities as early as their first year As part of child growth and development coursework prospective teachers work with students from one of our partner schools each week Working in pairs they prepare and lead lessons and coach students The early field based experiences with students continues each year through year four at which time they begin student teaching Student teaching with teachers in partner schools provides an excellent opportunity for students to develop skills to fully engage students in each lesson to use student centered pedagogy teaching writing across the curriculum understanding by design curriculum construction and to see these skills

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/education/secondary-education-art-biology-english-history-or-mathematics (2016-02-15)
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  • Sociology | Springfield College
    Reasons to Major in Sociology Sociology Internship and Job Placement Sites Criminal Justice History Youth Development Social Sciences Minors Bachelor of Science and Master of Social Work Program Faculty Contact Sociology Sociology is the study of human relationships in society with emphasis on social organization culture change and social problems that develop within societies Students studying sociology learn how people are influenced by the social world and how people act as creators of this world Skills acquired Understanding of the influence of society on one s self and one s impact on others in recreational religious familial political and other groups Opportunities for internships exist in off campus government agencies voluntary associations nonprofit organizations and businesses Sociologists can make a contribution to any organization which needs people who can identify and analyze problems and thus contribute to their resolution Students majoring in sociology are prepared for graduate school or for careers in law education government civil rights politics community development human services and human resources Many graduates seek advanced degrees in sociology journalism law criminology social work business or theology Concentrations and Minors Concentrations and Minors A student majoring in sociology at Springfield College must choose a concentration in either social work or community and leadership development Minors and double majors in related or complementary fields are encouraged For example some students choose to incorporate courses from youth development political science psychology or criminal justice For more information about the Springfield College Sociology Program contact Laurel Davis Delano PhD at 413 748 3645 or the Office of Admissions at 800 343 1257 Are you interested in a law school degree Pre law advising is available to any student interested in pursuing a law school degree Contact Professor Dan Russell pre law advisor at 413 748 3240 Click here to learn

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/social-sciences/sociology (2016-02-15)
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  • Special Education (PreK-8) | Springfield College
    Education Special Education PreK 8 Section Menu Education Education Majors Early Childhood PreK 2 Elementary Education 1 6 Elementary and Special Education Dual Licensure Secondary Education art biology English history or mathematics Special Education PreK 8 Education Minor Graduate Study Faculty Profiles Contact Fieldwork Course Catalogs Educator Prep and Licensure Special Education PreK 8 Learners are unique Today s classrooms are filled with learners who have a diverse range of skill sets and personalities The program provides students with the proficiencies and confidence needed to connect with every child both with and without disabilities Graduates successfully secure employment to teach in a wide range of settings including urban schools as well as schools in suburban and rural areas Graduates of the program leave Springfield College prepared and ready to lead classrooms of elementary aged children including those with exceptional learning needs Strong partnerships with area elementary schools Partnerships with area elementary schools provide real world learning opportunities that distinguish Springfield College elementary graduates from the rest Preparation for becoming special education teachers begins in year one Each week students work with elementary children from partner elementary schools Working in pairs they prepare and lead lessons in science to a group of 12 children and begin to develop skills in differentiated instruction to support all learners Field based experiences with elementary children continue through year four at which time they begin student teaching Early field experience in partner elementary schools with some of the area s best teachers allows students to see first hand the ways in which what they learn through their coursework translates into elementary classrooms Students experience important special education practices such as developing individualized programming designing and implementing interventions to support diverse learners data collection and analysis and collaboration with professionals in a variety of service fields

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/education/special-education-prek-8 (2016-02-15)
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  • Sport Management Major | Springfield College
    Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Sport and Recreation Management Sport Management Major Section Menu Sport Management and Recreation Sport Management and Recreation Sport Management Major Recreation Management Graduate Sport Management and Recreation Program Faculty Sport Management In The News Leadership Opportunities Special Events Internships Job Placements Contact Sport Management Major Loading As sports have evolved into an integral part of the American culture the operations of sport programs have become more sophisticated and complex People assigned to the responsibility for the management of sport programs and facilities must become familiar with the intricacies of sport activities and also be effective as business professionals The Sport Management major is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop expertise in business management with an orientation toward the world of sport The program of study consists of three basic components All College Requirements the business management core and the sports concepts core Internship opportunities in sport management have included the following organizations Baltimore Ravens Basketball Hall of Fame Boston Celtics Brooklyn Nets Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bisons ESPN Florida Panthers Franklin Templeton Shootout Greg Norman Production Company Harvard University Athletics Miami Dolphins New Jersey Devils New York Jets NFL Headquarters Octagon OHL Classic at Mayakoba Travelers Championship Valero Texas Open Janae Holmes 05 Alumni Update Janae Holmes 05 took her sport management knowledge and turned it into a business She is the co owner of Free to Be Power Yoga in New Orleans Her background in sport management and business helped to give her a strong foundation to open her

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/sport-management-and-recreation/sport-management-major (2016-02-15)
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  • Youth Development | Springfield College
    Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Social Sciences Youth Development Section Menu Social Sciences Social Sciences American Studies Sociology Criminal Justice History Youth Development Course Descriptions Curriculum Fieldwork Experience Placements Social Sciences Minors Bachelor of Science and Master of Social Work Program Faculty Contact Youth Development LEARN MORE U S Rep Richard Neal delivers 7 5K boost to Pittsfield Boys Girls Club mentoring program Dan Joslyn 14 youth development major will coordinate the mentoring program at the Pittsfield Boys Girls Club I want the mentors and the kids to be like a big family Joslyn said We want to get involved in their lives and help like they were our kids Read more about this exciting program 3 3 Program for Students Interested in Pursuing a Career in Law Complete your undergraduate study at Springfield College in three years followed by three years of law study at Western New England University Learn more Course Catalog View youth development program course descriptions in the course catalog Five year Dual Degree Program Bachelor of Science and Master of Social Work Program Students may qualify for an accelerated five year program at Springfield College that combines a Bachelor of Science in youth development with a Master of Social Work degree Youth development prepares students to serve youth in a variety of community and institutional settings by giving them an understanding of the supports opportunities programs and services available for youth as well as how to engage youth and work effectively with them and on their behalf Skills acquired Understanding the physical social intellectual psychological and emotional development and challenges of young people The curriculum represents six primary academic areas Youth Development Sociology Health Studies Education Psychology Recreation Coursework provides students with an understanding of issues related to youth development They are able

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/social-sciences/youth-development (2016-02-15)
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  • Visual and Performing Arts Minors | Springfield College
    students with the necessary foundation courses and desirable skills that lead to a creative and intellectually flexible life The coursework encourages experimentation and self discovery The art minor consists of 15 credits in two and three dimensional media and art history Students pursuing an art minor should notify and consult with the department chair and complete the appropriate paperwork so that it can be noted on the official transcript Art Therapy The art therapy minor is designed to introduce the student to art therapy and art as healing We offer a theoretical framework and the understanding and application of skills for using art as a therapeutic modality The art therapy minor consists of 18 credits in studio arts and art therapy theory and techniques Students will be introduced to work with diverse populations in a variety of settings Dance The dance minor program offers students the opportunities to grow individually as dancers artists and knowledgeable observers of dance The program is designed to develop students intellectually physically and creatively and to encourage students to focus on a particular area of dance therapy performance choreography or education Music Many of the courses required for minors may also fulfill or partially fulfill a general education category For more information see the general education requirements section Some courses required for minors may also satisfy courses required for majors Students pursuing a minor should notify and consult with the appropriate department chair and complete the appropriate paperwork with the Registrar s Office so that it can be noted on the transcript Theater Arts If you have a dream to act direct design or specialize in technical theater or creative dramatics this is the minor for you You ll have the opportunity to work and play with others in the collaborative challenge of creating a

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  • Adventure Education | Springfield College
    and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Academic Programs Physical Education and Health Education Minors Adventure Education Section Menu Physical Education and Health Education Physical Education and Health Education Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Minors Adventure Education Athletic Coaching Health Studies Faculty Contact Adventure Education As the field of experiential learning expands and more schools and organizations begin to incorporate adventure concepts and methods into their curricula and programs it has become critical for students thinking of entering these types of professions to have the knowledge and skills to utilize this type of pedagogy Students will learn how to teach and lead in a variety of settings that will expose individuals and groups to new growth opportunities

    Original URL path: http://springfield.edu/academic-programs/physical-education-and-health-education/minors/adventure-education-minor (2016-02-15)
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