This program offers teacher certification to holders of baccalaureate degrees with suitable teaching majors and minors, who choose not to pursue the master’s degree. The program integrates classroom theory and practice and is available at both the elementary and secondary levels.
Upon admission to the Post Bachelor Certification Program, students take the professional sequence classes in post‐bachelor (undergraduate) status. The Post Bachelor program may be completed as a full‐time or part‐time student. Credit in this program is undergraduate credit and can never be applied toward a graduate degree. This program does not offer a second bachelor’s degree.
Teacher Certification Meetings
- Wednesday, May 26, 2021 | 4:00 p.m.
Post Bachelor students complete courses identified on their Transcript Evaluation, which serves as the Plan of Work prior to admission to the Teacher Certification Program. To request a Transcript Evaluation, review the information regarding Initial Teacher Certification and complete the Request for a Transcript Evaluation form. Indicate your teaching major/minor based on the information found on the following curriculum guides:
- Elementary Education: Post Bachelor and Master of Arts in Teaching Curriculum Guide
- Secondary Education: Post Bachelor and Master of Arts in Teaching Curriculum Guide
Students in this program complete an individualized Plan of Work with their advisor and the area of study that fits their teaching major and minor concentration when they start their course work.
The College of Education educator preparation programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Academic advisor II
Teacher Education Division