ARTS IN TEACHING (AAT)
the Professional Teacher Education Program (PTEP)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING
YOU SHOULD ONLY
COMPLETE THIS FORM IF YOU ARE A TRANSFER STUDENT FROM A MARYLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGES EARNING AN ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE IN TEACHING (AAT).
Completing this form
Answer each question on this form to this
best of your knowledge and submit it; a copy will be printed for you and filed in your advising folder.
Completing this form
If you are completing this form during Preview Orientation please print 2 copies; 1 copy is for your advising file and 1 copy is for you to keep.
To complete this
application you will need your PRAXIS I score information and access to
your GullNet account.
Admission to the Professional Teacher
Education Program (PTEP) is granted based on the completion of
your AAT degree. Please read the
information below to determine your degree status. Then complete
the next section to verify that you have successfully completed
all requirements of the AAT degree.
Verify all AAT
requirments have been met and your degree is conferred by
providing your most recent official transcript to the
Office of Admissions.
Pass PRAXIS I
and provide an official score
report to the Teacher Education Department in TETC 278.
approved minor and
submit the minor form to the academic department where the
minor is offered.
Select Your Intended Teacher Education Major
Select Your Intended Minor
Verficiation for PTEP Admission
AAT transfer students must
present a final transcript of his/her degree to the SU Office of
Admissions. The community college transcript must include the
AAT program stamp. Students who transfer without proof of a the
final transcript on his/her AAT degree will NOT be granted automatic
admission to the Professional Teacher Education Program.
If your current official transcript does not indicate that your AAT degree
has been posted, you must provide other official documentation from the
community college to be admitted to the Professional Teacher Education Program
at SU. Please use the following section to provide more details about your AAT degree.
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