Admission Process

Students pursuing a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Education (ISED K-6) must receive initial advisement through the Office of Student Services located in the Clemmer College of Education (321 Warf-Pickel Hall). This office will establish the student's initial file, evaluate any previous coursework for applicability to Teacher Education requirements, and assist the student with initial program planning. (See Advisement to contact this office.)

When the student fulfills the initial criteria for admission to Teacher Education, he/she will complete the application for the Teacher Education Admission Board Interview. Once the student has passed the admission board interview and been formally admitted to Teacher Education, he/she will be assigned an advisor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. The student will meet with his/her advisor to plan the rest of the program of study, which culminates in a semester-long full-time student teaching experience.

Program Mission and Philosophy
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