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While SSU is an open enrollment institution, teacher licensure is a selective admission program. As such, the successful graduate and licensed teacher will have completed admission requirements as s/he progressed through the program.

Level I: Admission to Teacher Education

Level II: Application for Admission to Licensure Candidacy

Level III: Admission to the Professional Year (Methods/Clinical Teaching)

Level IV:  Recommendation for Licensure

Other Forms and Applications

Data about candidates admitted and completed to our educator preparation programs 2015-2016.

2015-2016 Undergrad Program-Level Teacher Candidate Academic Measures

Programs

Admitted Admitted GPA's Completed Completed GPA's
Early Childhood 21 3.52 21 3.73
Early Childhood Intervention Specialist 2 2.91 0 0
Middle Childhood 14 3.53 3 3.62
Multi-Age Intervention Specialist 11 3.38 12 3.53
Adolescent to Young Adult - Language Arts 3 3.50 1 3.78
Adolescent to Young Adult- Social Studies 8 3.27 0 0
Adolescent to Young Adult - Mathematics 5 3.42 0 0
Adolescent to Young Adult- Science 2 3.24 2 3.48
Multi-Age Visual Arts 2 3.46 0 0

2015-2016 Graduate Program-Level Teacher Candidate Academic Measures

Programs

Admitted Admitted GPA's Completed Completed GPA's
Master Intervention Specialist 9 3.19 5 3.19

School of Education Admission Requirements

Specific requirements for each of these levels are identified in the Admission, Retention, Advising Sequence (PDF) document provided to students upon initial advising, included in the student handbook, and attached as part of the admission notification.

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