Letter grade required in all major courses unless otherwise noted.
The teaching program prepares graduates for Minnesota certification in art (K-12) and is offered in conjunction with the College of Education. Teaching majors must take all courses in the Art (K-12) Professional Education Sequence in addition to courses in the content area.
Criteria required to be met one semester before completing online application:
30 college level credits completed with no more than 4 credits of pass/no credit
Cumulative G.P.A. of at least ≥ 2.75 based on 30 most recent credits including all credits per semester
B grade or better in a 3-credit college level writing course (ENG 111 if taken at WSU)
B grade or better in a 3-credit college level speech course (CMST 191 or 192 if taken at WSU)
C grade or better in a 3-credit college level math course (Math 202 is required for Elementary and Early Childhood majors)
Early Clinical experience; clinical hours ≥ 15 hours:
Can be met by taking college level course(s) with clinical hours (including courses enrolled in the semester of the TE Admission application). Syllabus/clinical hour evaluation needed if non-WSU course.
Can be met through a comparable work or volunteer experience completed after high school graduation. Complete Early Clinical Form with supervisor and return to 212 Cathedral.