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Indiana University Kokomo School of Education and IVY Tech Region V Transfer Agreements

Early Childhood Education

Elementary Education

Secondary Education

Additional information of interest, located on the left sidebar, includes:

Early Childhood Education

Program Articulation Agreement

The School of Education offers a B.S. Degree in Early Childhood Education. Upon successful completion of this course of study, the student would be eligible to apply for an Indiana Teachers License. This license would cover Pre-K (birth to age 5) and K-3 (Kindergarten thru Grade 3) in schools.

Elementary Education

Program Articulation Agreement

The School of Education offers a B.S. Degree in Elementary Education. Upon successful completion of this course of study, the student would be eligible to apply for an Indiana Teachers License. This license would cover K-6 (Kindergarten thru grade five and grade six if housed in an elementary building).

Secondary Education

Program Articulation Agreements

Fine Arts: Visual Arts

English

Mathematics

Science: Chemistry Concentration

Science: Earth/Space Concentration

Science: Life Science Concentration

Science: Physical Science (Physics and Chemistsry) Concentration

Social Studies

The Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education degree program at Indiana University Kokomo is designed for those students who desire to teach at the junior high/middle school and/or high school level (grades 5-12). Students may select licensure areas from among the following subject areas or fields of specialization: English/Language Arts, Fine Arts: Visual Arts, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies. Graduates with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education are then eligible for a license to teach any two of the core subject areas (English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies) for grades 5-9, or any one of the five subject areas or fields of specialization listed above for grades 5-12.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

1. Prior to formal admission into the Teacher Education Program (TEP), each teacher candidate must meet successfully the required scores for PRAXIS I. It is recommended that students attempt these exams before completion of 45 credit hours. Thus, students are encouraged to register for and take these tests while students at IVY Tech. >>> More Information

2. Review frequently the program requirements on the appropriate page so that you have access to the most current course of study.

3. The advisor for each program encourages you to arrange an appointment to discuss specific program requirements, Teacher Education expectations, and timelines for formal admission to Indiana University Kokomo. The advisor's contact information is at the bottom of each program page.

4. Campus tours may be arranged by your advisor.

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