If you’re transitioning from our B.S. in early childhood program to the M.Ed./initial licensure program, you’ll complete the licensure requirements in two semesters. To complement your undergraduate degree in early childhood, you’ll take six courses in content areas for elementary grades. You’ll also complete a student teaching experience in an elementary classroom and a capstone project. Admission is available for the fall semester only. Learn more about the curriculum and how to apply.
All teacher candidates must take the Minnesota Teacher Licensure Examinations, or MTLEs, as part of applying for a Minnesota teaching license. All candidates for initial licenses must take basic skills tests, and content and pedagogy tests that correspond with their licensure grade-level and area.
The Langguth Sisters Scholarship is a one-time, one-semester scholarship of $3,500 that is awarded to an M.Ed. in early childhood student for the final term of their program.
Deadline for Spring 2019: December 7, 2018
To apply, students must submit the following application materials to email@example.com by the application deadline.
Applicants will be notified of a decision by the end of the fall semester.
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As an academic advisor in the Institute of Child Development, I meet with our M.Ed. students to discuss program requirements and career goals. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with questions.
Academic advisor: Meghan Allen Eliason
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m passionate about the field of early childhood and love to work with college students to help them choose a career path. If you have questions about test scores, or licensure or admission requirements, please contact me.
Faculty advisor: Ann Ruhl Carlson
Get in touch: email@example.com