Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Education
Dr. Linda Malone-Colon
Department of Education Chairperson
Dr. Martha Jallim-Hall
Mailing Address:
Department of Education
P.O. Box 6195
Hampton, Virginia 23668
Phone: 757.727.5793
Fax: 757.727.5534
Email: education@hamptonu.edu

Site: http://edhd.hamptonu.edu
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Official Year Founded
1929
Number of Completers in 2016:
19
Number of Completers 2015
23

Distinctives:

  • Small Class Sizes
  • Certification options in high need STEM Areas
  • Departmental Tutors and Resources for Professional Exam Preparation
  • Five Year Master Teacher Program
  • Accelerated 2.5 Year Ph.D. Program in Education
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Candidate Performance:

  • 100% of teacher education graduates pass state licensing assessments
  • 100% of teacher education graduates are gainfully employed or attending a graduate program within four months after graduation
  • Median GPA of Individuals completing the program academic year 2014-2015: 3.3
  • Median GPA of Individuals accepted into the program academic year 2014-2015: 3.27
  • The majority of all employers agreed that program completers met all 100% of the professional standards designed to suggest that beginning teachers have the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to be effective. Furthermore, those employers were extremely satisfied with how program completers demonstrated leadership, planned instruction, and managed their classrooms.
  • Recent polls revealed that the majority of all first year teachers expressed satisfaction with the level and type of assistance given to them by the Department of Education.

Consumer Information:

  • University's 3-yr Student Loan Default Rate: 13%
  • Average Cost of Attendance: $32,428
  • Please contact the Office of Financial Aid to discuss how to fund the costs of a Hampton Unviersity education."

Scholarships

Scholarships: The Hampton University Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program is designed to encourage and prepare talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors and professionals to become mathematics and science teachers. This program is offered by Hampton University (HU) in collaboration with the National Science Foundation and helps interested and eligible students to become highly qualified STEM teachers and pursue their teaching careers.

The HU Noyce Teacher program provides scholarships, stipends, and academic programs for undergraduate STEM majors and post-baccalaureate students holding STEM degrees who are committed to teaching after graduation from the program.

As an undergraduate biology or mathematics major and a Noyce Teacher Scholarship recipient, you can receive scholarship funding for up to a maximum of three years that includes:

  • $2,700 stipend for participating in an internship program in the summer between your freshman and sophomore year and the sophomore and junior year;
  • Scholarship funding that can cover up to the entire cost of attendance at HU annually during your junior year, senior year, and one year of graduate study!


2016-2017 Undergraduate Tuition, Room, & Board

Tuition (All Students) $21,552

Comprehensive Fees $2,690

Total Tuition $24,242

Room/Board $10,684

Undergraduate Per Credit Hour $548.00



Recent Praxis II Content Knowledge Pass Rates, Mean Scores, and Best Performance Areas based on State Cut-scores Comparisons

*Best Content Knowledge Performance Areas based on Highest Number of Points Above Cut-score

Average Scaled Score State Cut-score *Best Content Knowledge Performance Areas Number taking test Number Passing Pass Rate(%)
2015-2016
MS Social Studies 5004 173.25 155 Social Studies for Elementary Educators(+18) 4 4 100
MS Science 5005 167.5 159 4 4 100
MS Math 5003 185 157 Math for Elementary Educators(+25) 4 4 100
MS Reading 5002 173.25 157 4 4 100
RVE 174 157 4 4 100
Music 5113 164.5 160 2 2 100
HPE 5857/5856 164.7 160(5856) 9 9 100
VCLA 495.5 470 Communication and Literacy Skills (+19) 15 15 100

Recent Praxis II Content Knowledge Pass Rates, Mean Scores, and Best Performance Areas based on State Cut-scores Comparisons

*Best Content Knowledge Performance Areas based on Highest Number of Points Above Cut-score

Average Scaled Score State Cut-score *Best Content Knowledge Performance Areas Number taking test Number Passing Pass Rate(%)
2014-2015
MS Social Studies 5004 175 155 Social Studies for Elementary Educators(+20) 4 4 100
MS Science 5005 167.5 159 4 4 100
MS Math 5003 169.5 157 4 4 100
MS Reading 5002 184.75 157 Reading for Elementary Teachers (+28) 4 4 100
RVE 171 157 4 4 100
Music 5113 164.5 160 2 2 100
HPE 5857/5856 160.41 160(5857) 12 12 100
English 0041 175 172 Communication and Literacy Skills (+19) 1 1 100
VCLA 508 470 Communication and Literacy Skills (+38) 19 19 100

Ability of Completers to Meet State Licensing (Certification) Requirements

Data as reported to Title II and CAEP Accreditation Annual Report

All program completers for state-required assessment Number taking test Average scaled score Number passing test Pass rate (%) *Statewide average pass rate (%) *Statewide average scaled score
2012-2013
Elementary 0014 1 166 1 100 Not available Not available
Elementary 5014 12 153 12 100 Not available Not available
English 0041 1 176 1 100 Not available Not available
English 5041 4 179 4 100 Not available Not available
HPE 0856 6 159 6 100 Not available Not available
HPE 5856 3 160 3 100 Not available Not available
Mathematics 1 148 1 100 Not available Not available
Music 1 160 1 100 Not available Not available
VCLA 27 520 27 100 Not available Not available
VRA 1 236 1 100 Not available Not available
RVE 12 166 12 100 Not available Not available
2011-2012
Biology 1 166 1 100 100 170
Elementary 5014 15 158 15 100 100 172
English 2 184 2 100 100 185
HPE 4 160 4 100 100 165
VCLA 22 523 22 100 100 544
VRA 6 258 6 100 100 259
RVE 9 164 9 100 100 176
2010-2011
Elementary 0014 6 161 6 100 100 171
Elementary 5014 2 161 2 100 100 172
English 1 186 1 100 99 185
HPE 4 164 4 100 99 166
Music 1 161 1 100 100 171
VCLA 19 531 19 100 100 545
VRA 10 250 10 100 100 259