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School of Education 2002-2004 Undergraduate Online Bulletin Table of Contents

 

Undergraduate Study in 
Education: Teacher Education
 

School of
Education
2000-2002
Undergraduate
Academic Bulletin
Supplement

School of Education
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Admission Standards

Admission Standards for Early Childhood Education Majors

This program leads to expertise in working with young children from infancy through grade 3, and certification in the public school K 3.

  1. All students must submit an admission application.
  2. All students must present a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 for admission.
  3. All students must receive a qualifying score on the admissions test required by the School of Education (PPST/Praxis I).
  4. At time of application, all students must be enrolled in, or have successfully completed, all required general education courses; but they may be accepted if they have not completed all electives (3 credit hours in each of language arts, fine arts, science, and social studies, plus 6 credit hours of additional electives from any department).
  5. No more then 10 percent of the students admitted each semester may be admitted on a probationary basis by the associate dean for teacher education.

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Admission Standards for Elementary Education Majors

Programs lead to certification in teaching grades 1 - 6.

Democracy, Diversity, and Social Justice Program

  1. All students must submit an admission application.
  2. All students must present a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 for admission.
  3. All students must receive a qualifying score on the admission test required by the School of Education (PPST/Praxis I).
  4. At time of application, all students must be currently enrolled in, or have successfully completed, the following courses: EDUC F205 and EDUC W200.
  5. Application deadline for admission to the Democracy, Diversity, and Social Justice program for the spring semester is October 1 of the sophomore year. Applications received after the deadline may be considered, based on space availability in the program. Students will be notified in writing regarding their admission status.
  6. No more than 10 percent of the students admitted to the elementary education program each semester may be admitted on a probationary basis by the associate dean for teacher education.

Praxis and Theory Into Practice Programs

  1. All students must submit an admission application.
  2. All students must present a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 for admission.
  3. All students must receive a qualifying score on the admission test required by the School of Education (PPST/Praxis I).
  4. At time of application, all students must be currently enrolled in, or have successfully completed, the following courses: EDUC P251/M101, EDUC Q200, EDUC W200, and MATH M118/A118 or MATH D116 and D117.
  5. Application deadline for admission to the Praxis and Theory Into Practice programs for the spring semester is October 1. Application deadline for the fall semester is March 1. Applications received after the deadlines may not be considered until the following semester. Students will be notified in writing regarding their admission status.
  6. A personal interview and/or portfolio may be required before admission.
  7. Program faculty may admit up to 10 percent of each cohort on a probationary basis.

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Admission Standards for Teaching All Learners: A Program in Special and Elementary Education

The Teaching All Learners program prepares individuals to teach in general elementary: grades K - 6, and special education: mild intervention, K - 6.

  1. All students must submit an admission application.
  2. All students must present a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 for admission.
  3. All students must receive a qualifying score on the admission test required by the School of Education (PPST/Praxis I).
  4. At time of application, all students must be currently enrolled in, or have successfully completed, the following courses: EDUC K205, EDUC P251/M101 (a substitute for this course may be acceptedsee an advisor), EDUC Q200, EDUC W200, and MATH M118/A1 18 or D116 and D117.
  5. Applications are accepted for the spring semester only. Application deadline for admission to the Teaching All Learners program for the spring semester is October 1. Applications received after the deadline may be considered, based on space availabil ity in the program. Students will be notified in writing regarding their admission status.
  6. A personal interview and/or portfolio may be required before admission.
  7. It is recommended that students have experience working with persons with disabilities before entering the program.

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Admission Standards for Secondary (Senior High/Junior High/Middle School) Majors and All-Grade Education Majors

  1. All students must submit an admission application.
  2. All students must present a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 for admission.
  3. All students must present a minimum GPA of 2.5 in course work in their major area. A minimum of 12 credit hours in the major area should have been completed or in progress at the time of application.
  4. All students must receive a qualifying score on the admission test required by the School of Education (PPST/Praxis I).
  5. At time of application, all students must be currently enrolled in, or have successfully completed, the following courses: EDUC P255/M201 (secondary) or P254/M201 (all-grade), M300, W200.
  6. A personal interview and/or portfolio may be required before admission.

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