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Admission Process for Literacy Endorsement Certificate

Admission Process for Literacy Endorsement Certificate

Requirements

Teachers who have taught or will have taught for one year and who have an initial teaching license may take the courses and earn the endorsement certificate. Eligible students enrolled in the literacy program will select one of three options: 1) K-6 level (elementary); 2) 6-12 level (secondary); or 3) K-12 level.

Students who begin the literacy certificate program and decide to pursue the Master’s of Education can apply up to 12 credits taken prior to admission to the master’s program to that program. In order to apply all credits from the Literacy Endorsement Certificate program to a master’s degree, students must apply and be accepted to a master’s program before starting their fifth course in the Literacy Endorsement. Learn more about the application process for the master's and doctoral degrees or email curriculum@uwyo.edu with any questions.

 

Application Process

*If you are currently in the C&I master’s or doctoral program, please contact the C&I Office Associate to apply (curriculum@uwyo.edu or 307.766.6371). DO NOT follow step one below.

Step 1. Complete the graduate application. Remember to check Certificate of Literacy* on the form. After you have completed this application process, you will receive an email from Admissions thanking you for applying. Please notify the program coordinator (pmanyak@uwyo.edu) that you have completed an application to ensure that it is reviewed. You must complete step 2 before you are admitted to the graduate program. *Note: if you apply as a non-degree graduate student you will not be earning the certificate of literacy.

Step 2. Pay the Literacy Certificate fee.


 

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