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The college will have a delayed opening today, Thursday, March 5. All on-campus classes will begin and administrative offices will open at 11 a.m.

Updates will be communicated via TCNJ.edu and TCNJ e-mail.

Posted on March 5th, 2015 at 5:23 am

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Bangkok, Thailand

Summer 2015 Course Offerings

Session I: June 15 – 23, 2015 (off June 20-21):
EDFN 521 – Cultural Foundations of Education, Jill Schwarz
ELEM/ SCED 694 – Internship I, Louise Ammentorp, Karen Gordon
EDFN 508 – Intro to Research: Data-Based Decision Making, Instructor TBD
EDAD 525 – Intro to Educational Administration, George Bloch

Session II: June 24 – July 2, 2015 (off July 27-28):
EPSY 523 – Advanced Child & Adolescent Growth & Development, Tracy Steele, Tabitha Dell’ Angelo
ELEM/SCED 663 – Advanced Trends, Lynnette Mawhinney, Jim Lattanzi
CURR 514 – Curriculum Theory & Practice, Alan Amtzis
EDAD 572 – School Law, Charlie Russo

Session III: July 3 – 10, 2015 (off July 5):
RDLG 579 – Content Area Literacy, Jim Lattanzi, Lynnette Mawhinney
SPED 501 – Students with Disabilities in our Schools, Jerry Petroff
ELEM/ SCED 696 – General Seminar, Instructor TBD
SUPV 520 – Supervision, Instructor TBD

Location

The College of New Jersey summer program in Bangkok, Thailand, is held at Ruamrudee International School. Ruamrudee is on a 26-acre suburban campus, 15 miles from downtown Bangkok and only 15 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport:

Ruamrudee International School
6 Ramkhamhaeng 184 Road
Minburi, Bangkok 10510 Thailand

 

Courses

TCNJ offers sequential, eight-day sessions from early-June to early-July, and students may take one 3-credit course per session.

 For academic advising, please contact Dr. Stuart Carroll at szcarrol@tcnj.edu or 609-771-2221.

 

Textbooks

Most global courses do not require textbooks; however, students are responsible for purchasing a required textbook when applicable. Please click here to see if you will be using a textbook for your courses. NOTE: This list will be updated starting on April 29, 2014 so please check back regularly to see if a book has been posted for your course(s).

 

Housing

Students are responsible for making their own housing arrangements and many choose to stay at Siam Piman Hotel or Kantary House. Both sites offer reduced rates for students. Siam Piman Hotel rates can be found here and Kantary House rates can be found here.  For questions regarding housing, please contact the On-site Coordinator, Dominick Bruso, at dominickb@rism.ac.th. 

 

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