Transition to Teach Program

The T2T program provides a direct route for individuals with a bachelor’s degree who desire to teach in secondary settings.

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  • GRE score of at least 301 based on Verbal and Quantitative (test must have been taken after 8/1/11)
  •  Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators
  • ACT composite score of 24 (based on Math, Reading, Grammar and Science)
  • SAT score of 1170 based on Evidence-based Reading and Writing and Math
  • Baccalaureate degree:
    • GPA: 3.0/4.0 in the subject area for which they are seeking licensure: OR
    • GPA 2.5/4.0 scale and five years of professional experience in the subject area; OR
    • Degree in subject area and successfully passed the state approved content area examination
  • Graduate degree in the subject area/related field
  • Agriculture
  • Chemistry
  • Business
  • Mathematics
  • Engineering and/or Technology
  • Physics
  • English
  • Biology/Life Science
  • Fine Arts (music, theater, visual arts)
  • Economics
  • Health
  • Geography
  • Journalism
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Political Science
  • World Language (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Spanish)

For information on the CORE content exams, please visit the Indiana CORE Assessments website.

T2T Candidates Will Complete the Following:

Interview with program faculty

18 credits of coursework:

  • Semester 1
    • EDCI 51300 Foundations of Learning Design and Technology (3 cr)
    • EDCI 53000 Advanced Educational Psychology (3 cr)
  • Semester 2
    • EDCI 53200 Measuring Educational Achievement (3 cr)
    • EDPS 59100 Differentiating Curriculum & Instruction (3 cr)*
  • Semester 3
    • EDCI 5XXXX Content Pedagogical Course (3 cr)**
  • Semester 4
    • EDCI 69500 Internship in Education (3 cr) or
    • EDPS 56600 Graduate Supervised Teaching Special Education (3 cr)
    • You will complete the Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) as part of your Student Teaching experience.

*Spring only course offering

**Fall only course offering

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Lisa Lyons

Academic Advisor, School of Education and Counseling

(219) 989-2993