To apply for Texas Wesleyan's Teacher Education Program students must:
Have an overall GPA of at least 2.5
Make passing scores on THEA:
Reading = 260, Math = 230, Writing = 220 (Talk to an admissions counselor to see if you can be exempt from the Math and Writing THEA)
Be admitted to the Teacher Education Program (TEP) by meeting the following requirements:
Complete EDU 2100 Foundations of Education. To enroll in the course, you'll need a 2.5 GPA or current state requirement and at least 36 credit hours complete.
Submit the formal application to the program (Part of EDU 2100)
Interested in the EC-6 Bilingual program?
All of the above apply, but students are required to demonstrate Spanish language proficiency. For the purpose of program admissions, Spanish proficiency is defined as:
SPN 1341 Spanish I, SPN 1342 Spanish II, SPN 2313 Intermediate Spanish I, SPN 2314 Intermediate Spanish II or test equivalent and
Passing score on the Web-Based WebCape Exam, Spanish Version. Students are only allowed to take the WebCape exam once. Students who do not receive a passing score of 700 or above on the WebCape Exam are required to take SPN 2321 Spanish for Spanish Secondary, and Bilingual Education majors.