Admission to the program requires possession of an appropriate bachelor’s degree, passing the MTEL Communication and Literacy Skills and the content/subject test. No grades less than a B- will be accepted in courses required for the post-baccalaureate certification program.
All students seeking an Initial teaching license must pass the MTELs in order to student teach. Additionally, students must apply to the Graduate Office before their Practicum/Practicum Equivalent (student teaching). All MTEL scores must be submitted along with their application. Please plan ahead in order to complete the tests and have test scores processed before the interview deadline with the Director of Teacher Licensure.
Interview with Director of Teacher Licensure for Practicum/Practicum Equivalent. Deadlines: March 1st for the Fall semester and October 1st for the Spring semester.
Total credits: 18
There may be revisions to the program requirements to reflect on-going developmens in State regulations and educational reform.
This program is aligned with the appropriate Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
The above courses may not be applied to the MAT degree.