The Graduate Level Initial Teacher Licensure Program provides candidates with state-approved programs in:
Adolescent to Young Adult (grades 7-12):
Integrated Language Arts
Integrated Social Studies
Physical Science (Physics & Chemistry)
Physical Science: Physics
Life Sciences/Earth Sciences
Middle Childhood Education:
Math, Science, Language Arts & Reading, Social Studies (grades 4-9) - Middle Childhood candidates choose two subject areas
Multi-Age Licensure in World Languages:
French (Multi-Age license, grades PK-12)
Spanish (Multi-Age license, grades PK-12)
German (Multi-Age license, grades PK-12)
Awaiting approval - Latin (Multi-Age license, grades PK-12)
Mulit-Age Licensure in Visual Arts (Multi-Age license, grades PK-12)
Awaiting approval - Computer Information Science (Multi-Age license, grades PK-12)
Other teacher licensure areas and endorsements are available outside of this Graduate Level Initial Teacher Licensure Program model.
Visit this link to see a complete list of the college’s programs, including the Programs of Study for each of the areas noted above.
• Earn your teaching license and Master's degree in 12 months.
• Build on your undergraduate degree to become a licensed teacher in the state of Ohio
• Learn the art and science of teaching by spending the school year as an intern in a public school classroom
• Work with specially trained clinical faculty who are experts in their field
• Earn a master's degree in education
• Build a portfolio and a network for your new career
• Accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
• Member of the National Network for Educational Renewal
Visit our Podcasts page to view a podcast about this program and the process of becoming a teacher.
Please visit with a Teacher Licensure Advisor to start the admissions process. You do not need an appointment if you visit during our open, walk-in times. See the box on the left of this web site for our open advising times and days.