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1. EPP Student Handbook

All education program majors are responsible for reading the EPP Student Handbook.  In addition, you will need to read your program-specific specialization handbook.

Letter To Students

Philosophy And Theme Of Educator Preparation (TARPS)

The Role Of The Practicum

EPP GPA Policy

Course Limitation Policies

Selection, Retention, Completion, And Certification (Juncture)

Selection & Retention Status Categories

Appeal Policy & Procedures

Criminal Background Checks And Certification Disclaimer

Curricular Policies

Requests For Policy & Procedure Waiver

2. Practicum Manual

Foreword, TARPS, The Role Of Practicum In TARPS, Terminology, Policies and Procedures for Practicum Placements

Pre- And Post-Juncture I Withdrawal Procedures, SU Teacher Candidate Disposition Assessment Policy

Pre-Student Teaching Education Courses With Practicum Components

Post-Juncture II: The Culminating Practicum Experience (Student Teaching And/Or The Yearlong Residency)

3. Undergraduate Program Specializations

Art Education, P-Adult

Elementary Education, K-6

English, 5-Adult

Mathematics Education, 5-Adult, 5-9

Music Education P-Adult

Physical Education, P-Adult

Science Education, 5-Adult

Social Studies Education, 5-Adult, 5-9

Spanish Education, 5-Adult

*Early Education

*”Placed on hold.” No new applications are being accepted at this time for the Early Education (PK-K) program or the Early Education (PK-K) Endorsement to the Elementary Education program.

4. Master Of Arts In Teaching

The Master of Arts in Teaching [MAT] provides a program for teaching licensure at the graduate level for individuals who have an undergraduate degree that did not lead to a teaching certificate.

Master of Teaching Program Details

MAT Program Handbook