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All teacher preparation and school leadership degree programs are accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC), the national accreditation organization which is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDE), the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and the New York State Education Department (NYSED).

  • Education Programs

    Teacher Education Accreditation Council 

    The teacher education and school building leadership programs are accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC). The common purpose of TEAC is “to prepare competent, caring, and qualified educators.” Being accredited by TEAC means the school of education has succeeded in accomplishing this primary goal.

    Four main principles guide TEAC’s accreditation process — principles the School of Education and Health has proven our curriculum meets:

    1. It leads to program improvement, which is a continuous process in which each step helps define the next one and moves it forward.
    2. It is inquiry driven, starting from the faculty’s own questions and curiosity about the program’s accomplishments.
    3. It examines the trustworthiness and adequacy of the evidence the faculty relies on to support its claims about its students, and it examines the effectiveness of the system the faculty has in place to control and monitor the program’s quality.
    4. It is frugal, not burdening the program and institution with unnecessary activities or costs in paperwork, personnel, time or money.

    New York State Education Department

    All teacher preparation degree programs in the School of Education and Health are approved by the New York State Education Department (NYSED). The rigorous and respected NYSED is responsible for the supervision of all New York state colleges and universities, public schools and standardized testing, as well as the production and administration of state tests and Regents Examinations.

    New York State Teacher Certification Exam Scores:

    Manhattan College Students’ Results: 9-1-2012 to 8-31-2013



    # PASSED

    % PASSED


    001 Liberal Arts and Science 31 27 87.1 251.6
    002 Multi-Subject CST 66 60 87.1 247.1
    003 English CST 8 7 87.5 232.3
    004 Mathematics CST 5 4 80 247.8
    005 Social Studies CST 6 3 50 219.3
    024 Spanish BEA CST 10 7 70 231
    060 Students w Disabilities CST       51 41 80.4 235.1
    073 Health Education CST 5 5 100 243
    076 Physical Education CST 22 12 54.5 218.5
    090 ATSW – Elementary 27 25 92.6 245.4
    091 ATSW – Secondary            13 13 100 259.5
    TOTAL – all exam scores 244 204 83 239


    • Possible scores on all exams are 0 to 300.
    • Passing scores on all exams are 220 or higher.
    • Exam scores given only for exams with more than five examinees.
    • CST = Content Specialty Exam
    • ATSW = Assessment of Teaching Skills - Written
  • Health Programs

    Nuclear Medicine Exam Scores

    The percentage of students that passed the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) exam on their first attempt within six months of graduation:

    The 2011-2015 five-year average examination pass-rate for 19 students first-time examines was 84%.


    The percentage of students that passed the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) exam on their first attempt within six months of graduation:

    The 2011-2015 five-year average examination pass-rate for 4 students first-time examines was 100%.

    JRCNMT Graduate Outcomes Report

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