To successfully complete the B.S. in Elementary Education, students at the Elementary Education Program of the School of Education at Indiana University Southeast has to meet the following program requirements:

  1. A cumulative GPA of 2.5 must be maintained until graduation.
  2. A 2.5 GPA is also required in each of the content areas.
  3. A grade of C or better is required for ENG-W131, SPCH-S121, literature course, 2nd Writing Course (ENG-W250) and all of the T-math classes, as well as all of the EDUC (education) courses.
  4. All T-math classes must be successfully completed prior to admission to Block 3.
  5. Candidates who student teach in spring will be required to complete an 8-day classroom experience at the beginning of the elementary school year.
  6. To begin each block and graduate from the program, students must have passed the dispositional standards, summative decision points and exit interviews.
  7. To begin each block, students must have completed and passed all courses in previous blocks.
  8. To do student teaching in Block 4, students must have completed all course work.
  9. In Block 4, during the 6 week intensive, candidates will either be in their assigned student teaching classroom or in their education classes.
  10. Candidates must request permission in writing of the Coordinator of Elementary Education to leave his/her cohort and enter a new cohort.
  11. Candidates discontinued from the program can reapply the following semester after providing written evidence of improvement in the issues s/he is discontinued.