So, you started your journey with another institution? That’s okay, we welcome you with open arms! Maryville’s School of Education Welcomes Transfer Students!
What’s special about Maryville’s teacher education program?
- Fully accepts AAT general education from Missouri community colleges without question.
- More extensive and intensive school placements than any other university, supervised by Maryville faculty, providing you many opportunities to see and practice what you learn in class.
- Strong partnerships with area schools allowing close coordination between what you do in schools and what your professors do in classrooms.
- Professors with much real-world experience who stay involved in partner schools and care deeply about your development as teachers.
- Excellent placement rates in area teaching jobs along with outstanding pass rates on state certification tests.
- Nationally Accredited program allowing greater transferability to other states.
Maryville University has a national reputation for high quality teacher education programs that take full advantage of partnerships with local schools.
- Elementary: Grades 1 – 6 with Bachelor of Arts in Education
- Early Childhood/Elementary: Birth – Grade 6 dual certification as B.A. or 5 year combined B.A../M.A
- Middle School: Grades 5-9 in Science, Social Studies, English/Language Arts or Math
- Secondary: Grades 9-12 in Biology/General Science, Chemistry/General Science, English, Social Studies or Math.
- Bachelor’s degree in the content area followed by one year graduate program culminating with a Master of Arts in Education with certification.
- Cumulative GPA of 2.75 (3.0 graduate candidates) with a 3.0GPA in education courses (“D” grades not accepted)
- Received passing scores on the required Missouri Educator Gateway Assessments (MEGA). Our MoGEA cut scores are 220 across the board.
- C or higher in the required math courses
International students should consult the International Admissions site for more information.
For additional information please contact:
|Terrence Andrews – Assistant Director
Office of Admissions