The admission requirements for the M.A.T. and T2T - Secondary are as follows:
- Complete online application and pay the fee.
- Submit signed enrollment agreement.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in the area of licensure from a regionally accredited institution.
- Submit evidence of Indiana passing scores on Praxis I (reading, writing and math) or Indiana Department of Education approved alternative
- Submit official passing scores for Indiana CASA (reading, writing, math), passing scores for Indiana Praxis I (reading, writing and math) if taken prior to September 1, 2013, or one of the Indiana Department of Education approved alternatives.
- Submit evidence of Indiana passing scores on Praxis II for at least one of the following content areas: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, Economics, English, Geography, Government/Political Science, Historical Perspectives, Mathematics, Physical Science 5-12, Physics, Social Studies, and Sociology.
- Submit official passing scores for Indiana CASA exam, or Indiana Praxis II if taken prior to May, 31, 2014, for at least one of the following content areas: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, Economics, English, Geography, Government/Political Science, Historical Perspectives, Mathematics, Physical Science 5-12, Physics, Social Studies, and Sociology
- Pass criminal background check from Safe Hiring Solutions.
For additional information on testing requirements, see http://www.doe.in.gov/licensing/teacher-testing.
International Transcript Requirements
All applicants must submit to the Admissions Office official, sealed college transcripts from each institution attended.
- Transcripts that are international and/or not in English must be evaluated through AACRAO or any evaluation agency credentialed through NACES.
- International applicants must request the course-by-course evaluation. The evaluation report must show that the non-U.S. education is equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree to be considered for admission.
English as Second Language Applicants
All applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate competence in the English language as demonstrated in one of three ways:
- Submission of an official transcript showing a degree from a United States secondary school or regionally accredited college/university.
- Submission of a transcript from a secondary school or college/university whose country uses English as a primary means of instruction, including, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand.
- Submission of an official minimum score on the written or computer-based TOEFL.
- The minimum TOEFL score required for the Paper-Based Test (PBT) is 550, for the computer-based version is 213, and for the Internet-based Test is 80.
- The testing agency must send test scores directly to American College of Education.
Applicants have the right to appeal admissions decisions. Final decisions will made by the Dean or designee.