Teacher candidates who are admitted to the Teacher Education Program and need to change their major and/or minor should complete the COE Undergraduate Program Change Form (38kB) and submit it to the College of Education Dean's Office, 2nd floor, Gilbertson Hall or email it as an attachment to email@example.com to obtain the change in program.
The Course Request Form may be used to submit a request for a College of Education undergraduate or graduate level course in the term of interest if all existing sections are full, or if the course is not currently in the schedule.
NOTE - This information is important for planning purposes, but there is no guarantee that a section will be added. Please monitor the Course Schedule Lookup and your SVSU email account for updates.
As we plan this year's Heroes in Education Awards, we need your help!
The SVSU College of Education is seeking nominations of alumni educators who are making a difference in students' lives, schools, communities, and the teaching profession and will be honoring our Heroes in Education at an event on Saturday, March 21, 2020.
If you know of an SVSU educator that should be recognized, please submit your nomination online by Monday, November 25, 2019.
Thank you for helping us celebrate our alumni educators! Questions? Please see the Heroes in Education 2019(80KB) flyer or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Approved Michigan Department of Education Career Technical Education (CTE) Program TE 100/TE 101 Waiver Requirements
SVSU students who have successfully completed a Teacher Cadet Program in its entirety through a high school approved by the Michigan Department of Education and are seeking a waiver of SVSU's TE 100; Exploring Teaching: K-12 or TE 101; Exploring Teaching in Physical Education may receive the equivalent SVSU credit provided that they have completed each of the twelve (12) segments of a Career Technical Education (CTE) program, including the fieldwork component, with a grade of "B" or higher.
To obtain approval, applicants must:
be accepted to SVSU and begin classes at SVSU within three (3) years of high school graduation;
apply for the TE 100/TE 101 waiver no later than five (5) years after high school graduation;
have successfully completed at least twelve (12) SVSU credit hours as a full-time degree-seeking student at the time of application and have earned a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0.