Members of the teacher education department graduate committee review and evaluate these materials to determine if the student's status will be changed from 'provisional' to 'unconditional.' Unconditional status means the student is eligible for the Master's degree upon satisfactory completion of all requirements.
You must submit a formal admission letter of application and plan of study to your advisor during the semester in which you have completed:
- 12 hours of TED course in Elementary Education and Reading programs, or
- nine hours in the Secondary Education program.
Formal Admission Packet includes:
- Formal admission cover sheet
- Degree checklist for students
- Guidelines for the formal admission letter of application
- Plan of study
- Master of Science in Elementary Education
- Master of Science in Elementary Education with Early Childhood Education concentration
- Master of Science in Elementary Education with School Library concentration
- Master of Science in Secondary Education
- Master of Science in Secondary Education with School Library concentration
- Master of Science in Reading
- Master of Science in Reading with School Library endorsement
You can get a formal admission packet in the teacher education department office (Roskens Hall 308) or through your advisor.