Admission to Education

Students seeking admission to the teacher education program must first demonstrate their readiness by completing the following requirements:

  • PSYC112 - General Psychology with grade of C or better.
  • EDUC218 - Developmental Psychology with grade C or better.
  • Sophomore standing with a GPA of at least 2.5.
  • Demonstration of communication skills by completion of LAS 110 Writing Across the Disciplines, LAS 120 Research Across the Disciplines, and SPCH102 Introduction to Public Speaking with at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA in the three courses.
  • Successful completion of Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) with scores that meet or exceed the state requirements in the Reading, Math, and Writing sections.
  • EDUC150 Introduction to Education with grade C or better.
  • EDUC215 Foundations of Education with grade C or better.
  • Submit formal application to Education Committee. (see application).
  • Peer Jury Interview

Transfer Students

Transfer students seeking admission should complete the following requirements:

  • Transfer credit that meets the requirements and standards above, including GPA requirements.
  • Successful completion of Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) with scores that meet or exceed the state requirements in the Reading, Math, and Writing sections.
  • Articulation of additional pre-professional credit as determined by the Director of Teacher Education and the Registrar.
  • Submission of formal application to the Education Committee.
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