Students entering Seton Hill intending to earn an undergraduate degree in addition to teaching certification should apply to Seton Hill through the Office of Admissions.
Formal admission to the Education Certification Program can occur after 48 credits of study (60 for music education students) are earned.
Students entering Seton Hill having already earned an undergraduate degree and with the intention of earning teaching certification only should apply to Seton Hill through the Office of Graduate and Adult Studies.
Certification opportunities are currently included with the degree listed below; please follow the link for more information (including admission requirements).
Formal Admission to the Education Certification Program
Students may be formally admitted to the Education Certification Program after they have earned 48 credits of study (60 credits for Music Education). To be formally admitted to the Education Program, all students must do the following:
Upon completion of the above, students will present evidence of completion of these requirements to their Education Advisor to apply for formal admission to the Program.
Retention in the Program
All students pursuing teacher certification will be reviewed by the education faculty at the end of each semester. To maintain standing in the Program, students must:
Admission to Student Teaching
All students pursuing teacher certification will apply for student teaching in ED432 Pre-Student Teaching Clinical Lab. (Students in Art, Music, and Family and Consumer Sciences apply in the semester prior to that in which they intend to student teach.) In order to be approved for student teaching, all students must have: