Resources and key details.
Stay Up-to-date on Licensure in Your State
It is critical for students to know and be aware of the licensure requirements in the states where they live and work to determine whether they are eligible for licensure, endorsement or certification.* State licensing requirements and licensing agency information can be found here.
Program graduates and certificate completers that are approved for licensure, endorsement or certification may be subject to additional requirements for the receipt of initial licensure, endorsement or certification in the states where they live or intend to work.
Professional Licensure for Teaching and Related Fields
American College of Education offers a wide variety of programs and sequences that can lead to licensure eligibility or addition of certain content areas to an existing license. Review program or sequence details via the following links:
- Master of Education in Educational Leadership
- Master of Education in Teaching English Learners
- Masters of Arts in Elementary Teaching
- Master of Arts in Secondary Education
- Transition to Teaching in Elementary Education
- Transition to Teaching in Secondary Education
- Certificate in Teaching English Learners
- Certificate in Principal Preparation
- Certificate in Texas Educational Leadership
- Certificate in Virtual Instruction
- Bilingual Education Endorsement
- English as a Second Language Endorsement
- Early Childhood Special Education Endorsement
- Elementary Education Endorsement
- Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBSI) Endorsement
- Reading Teacher Endorsement
Programs State-Approved for Licensure by Endorsement
The following state agencies approved the indicated ACE programs, confirming that they prepare students for licensure or addition of certain content areas to an existing license in the state. Visit the State Departments of Education Licensing and Certification Websites webpage to learn more about the licensure or endorsement requirements in your state.
Illinois Course Sequence Approval
*Graduates of licensure programs offered by American College of Education who seek licensure in states other than Indiana or where directly approved may still need to satisfy additional state licensure requirements such as years of experience in a prior or current position, additional coursework, internship hours, content test passage, or additional training such as CPR certification as applicable.
While ACE makes every reasonable effort to remain abreast of state licensure or upgrade requirements, the College neither implies nor guarantees that the completion of an ACE degree or certificate program will result in eligibility for licensure, certification, endorsement, salary increase, certificate content/level upgrade or related employment benefit in any state. Prospective students are strongly advised to confirm the benefit(s) for which they may be eligible upon completion with their state’s licensure agency or Department of Education prior to enrolling in an American College of Education degree or certificate program.
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