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Apply to the Undergraduate/Post-baccalaureate
Teacher Education program

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Program format
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Fall Cohort
is full-time (3 terms): Fall, Winter & Spring

Preferred Deadline (for an early decision and swifter school placement information): January 16th, 2015 by 5 pm, (third Friday of the preceding Winter term).

Absolute Deadline: April 10th, 2015 by 5 pm.

Winter Cohort
is full-time (3 terms): Winter, Spring & Fall

Preferred Deadline (for an early decision and swifter school placement information): April 17th, 2015 by 5 pm, (third Friday of the preceding Winter term).

Absolute Deadline: October 9th, 2015 by 5 pm.

To begin the application process, please complete the steps to present all the required documents and forms to the College of Education.

Step 1: All prospective candidates

Step 2: Undergraduates:

    • Meet with an adviser in the Academic Advising and Learning Center and identify yourself as a pre-education major. You will work with the AALC Advisors for your Freshman and Sophomore Years. Be sure to complete all pre-education coursework as identified by your advisor.
    • During the last term of your Sophomore year bring a "Phase Transfer" form from the AALC, to our Education Programs Advisor, Andrea Carano

Step 2: Post-baccalaureates:

    • Meet with our PB & Graduate Programs Advisor, Bill Hamlin to start the transcript evaluation process.

Step 3: Undergraduates and Post-baccalaureates

  • Complete prescribed coursework, earning a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or better
  • Pass a basic skills examination: NES EAS or Praxis I or the California Basic Education Skills Test (CBEST) - no longer offered in Oregon, but still an accepted test
  • Pass the Protecting Student and Civil Rights in the Educational Environment Test.
  • Show documentation of two experiences working with youths. At least one experience must be in an instructional setting at appropriate grade level. Both letters should be on official letterhead, and one should be confidential.
  • Review the Getting Ready to Apply Checklist.

If you meet all of the above requirements for the professional education program, then you may apply by printing the following application and submitting it to the College of Education Main office located in ED 202.

Professional Education Core Licensure Program Application Packet

More information

Academic Advising and Learning Center

advising@wou.edu . 503-838-8428 . Academic Programs and Support Center Room 401

Andrea Carano, Undergraduate Programs Adviser, Division of Teacher Education
caranoa@wou.edu . 503-838-8675 . Education Building Room 114A

Bill Hamlin, Post-baccalaureate and Graduate Programs Adviser, Division of Teacher Education

hamlinw@wou.edu . 503-838-8704 . Education Building Room 114B

College of Education fax: 503-838-8228

Contact

Division of Teacher Education 503-838-8471 | or e-mail: education@wou.edu
Location: Ed 202H

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