Admissions are conducted on a rolling basis and typically take five to ten working days to complete.
Those passing the initial screening may be contacted to arrange a personal/telephone interview. Once applicants are accepted, their applications will be forwarded to the Division of Graduate Education for administrative processing. Please contact the NPTT office prior to submitting an application, to ensure that you are a candidate for the program and to discuss any questions that you may have regarding the application process.
- Applications for 14-1 cohort starting Sep 15, 2013 due – August 27th
- Applications for 14-2 cohort starting December 1, 2013 due – November 12th
- Applications for 14-3 cohort starting February 16, 2014 due – January 28th
- Applications for 14-4 cohort starting April 20, 2014 due - April 2nd
Northern Plains Transition to Teaching and Division of Graduate Education at MSU encourage applicants who know they are interested in earning the master's degree (M.Ed.) in addition to teacher licensure/certification to submit their graduate degree seeking applications at the time of their initial submission of the online application. Please speak with Katherine Hallowell about the M.Ed. application process during your initial application question and answer session.
The following documents are required for the application to Northern Plains Transition to Teaching:
- Online application with $60.00 fee
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae or Résumé
- Three letters of recommendation
- Completed TEPP forms (See Teachable Subjects here)
- Official Academic Transcripts from all Institutions attended
- Criminial Records Check
- M.Ed. Application Policy Agreement - 2011
International applicants must submit the same application materials as US applicants. Additionally if you are an international applicant, you must hold a four year bachelor's degree equivalent.