The link to the online application for admission to MSU is admissions.msu.edu/apply.asp.
The MSU Schedule of Courses is available online at schedule.msu.edu.
Go to the MTTC website, download the Test Results Request Form and mail it to the address provided with the correct payment. Please allow up to four weeks from the receipt of the request for delivery.
Students seeking elementary certification, including those in special education and early childhood education, must pass the Elementary Education MTTC (Test #103) as a condition for progression to the internship. Passing the subject tests (teaching major and/or teaching minor) is not required for program completion and progression to the internship; however, it is required if the student… Read More »
We recommend that students take their subject tests when they have completed about 90% of the coursework required for that subject. For most, that is the January or April test date prior to the Internship Year. July is the last date to pass the subject area tests before the internship. At a minimum, secondary education… Read More »
Generally, students apply during the Fall Semester of their sophomore year. However, applicants can apply as juniors (56 credits or more), and it may be possible for them to accelerate their teacher preparation programs. If an applicant has 56 or more credits, she or he should meet with her or his major advisor and consider… Read More »
Applicants who have earned 56 or more credits (junior standing) before the beginning of the Fall Semester of application, and who plan to graduate and meet all internship requirements by Spring or Summer just two years later, should complete the Acceleration Grid for elementary or secondary education found on the application website. Applicants must meet… Read More »
To add/change your teaching major, teaching minor, or teaching endorsement, choose: Teaching Major/Minor/Additional Endorsement Change Request. To change your internship year, choose: Request to Change Internship Year. Other teacher preparation forms can be found on the Teacher Preparation Forms menu page.
You will have at least two advisors. Plan to meet with the advisor in your teaching or degree major for information about your graduation requirements. You can also see a teacher preparation advisor in the College of Education for information on the teacher certification program. To schedule an advising appointment, use the online advising appointment… Read More »