1. Tell us about yourself.

Let us know you’re interested in secondary teacher education. We will send you more information on the program, including an information packet about prerequisites and application dates.

2. Check endorsement coursework status.

Contact the academic advisor in your endorsement subject to have your transcripts evaluated for content requirements. A minimum grade of 2.0 is required for each course to be used toward an endorsement unless set higher by the relevant department. Click here to review required content courses and adviser contact information.

3. Review application requirements.

4. Connect with a recruiter.

Attend an information session — If you’re ready to begin work on your application, we offer information sessions each quarter. Upcoming dates are listed in the sidebar.
Email a recruiter with your specific questions.
Meet with an admissions advisor — Once you’ve started work on your application, our staff can help you track your prerequisite requirements and the status of your endorsement coursework. Schedule an appointment, either in person or over the phone, to discuss specific questions. 

5. Download the application checklist.

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