Students interested in the Teacher Education Program must apply for formal admission to the College of Education through the Office of Teacher Education. Marquette's admission and retention requirements meet the requirements established by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Students are advised to apply during the term in which they are enrolled in EDUC 1210, Introduction to Teaching in a Diverse Society.
Students must meet the following requirements:
- 2.5 cumulative GPA
- Successful completion of EDUC 1210 and EDUC 1220
- Recommendation from education faculty teaching EDUC 1210 and EDUC 1220
- Successful completion of performance assessments for portfolio — Level 1 Assessment
- Student completion of dispositional self-assessment
- Review by Committee on Admission and Retention
Please see the Student Handbook for admission criteria to the three other program levels:
Undergraduate Handbook and forms
For information about admissions to Marquette's undergraduate programs, including Education:
- Undergraduate Admissions
- Noyce Scholar Program - A special program or students interested in teaching
science, technology, and math (STEM)
- Prestigious fellowships program - Fellowships such as the Rhodes, Marshall and Fulbright provide opportunities for advanced study all over the world. Others such as the Goldwater and Truman fund the final years of undergraduate study and part of graduate education.