Licensure Standards and Completion of the Degree
The Earlham College Graduate Programs in Education Department makes recommendations for licensure to the state of Indiana only upon a candidate's:
successful completion of the course work with a 3.0 G.P.A.
successful completion of supervised teaching with a rating of Proficient or Distinguished
faculty satisfaction that Indiana Developmental Standards for Educators have been met at a level of Proficient or Distinguished and with sufficient documentation
achieving the minimum score required by the state of Indiana on the Praxis II exam in the candidate's area of specialization
M.A.T. degree candidates complete 43 semester credits of course work as a cohort. The courses are sequentially ordered over 11 months, with the final course being taken during the first semester of full-time teaching.
State and National Requirements
Candidates for the M.A.T. degree at Earlham College must meet the standards for P-12 teacher licensure of the state of Indiana and by the U.S. Department of Education. These standards are available in the Graduate Programs in Education Office or online at this location:
Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium principles (INTASC)