Cohorts are now forming in Aurora, Hillside, Joliet, Peoria, the LaSalle/Peru/Ottawa area and at the AU Woodstock Center.
Admission RequirementsAll candidates seeking admission to the Educational Technology Program must:
- A valid Illinois professional educator license (early childhood, elementary, secondary, special PreK-12, or preschool-age 21)
- Be in a current full-time teaching position, and have one or more years of teaching experience in a PreK-12 setting
- Pass the Illinois Basic SkillsTest, TAP Test of Academic Proficiency or have an ACT Plus Writing composite score of 22 or higher.
- A completed Graduate Application for Admission
- Transcripts (official, sealed in envelope) from the last degree earned: undergraduate degree indicating a GPA of 2.75 or higher or a graduate degree indicating a GPA of 3.0 or higher, both based on a 4.0 scale. Aurora University accepts official electronic transcripts at AU-ETranscripts@aurora.edu
- A current resume documenting teaching and experience using technology to increase student achievement.
- A recommendation from your current building principal or direct supervisor.
Attendance Policy: All Graduate Education Program
Attendance is mandatory at all class sessions. If a student is to be absent for any reason he/she must discuss the expected absence with the course instructor before it occurs.
Academic Standards and Evaluation in Graduate Education Programs
Upon completion of each course, letter grades are assigned to each student. At the graduate level, a "C" grade indicates less-than complete mastery of the content and methods of the course. Only two grades of "C" are accepted at the graduate level in the program, and they must be balanced by two course grades of "A". If a "C" is received within the first three courses, the student may be removed from the program by action.
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