Information on Southeast's admissions requirements, steps to enrollment and where to get help in the admissions process.
Students can work with advisors to help determine the best routes and answers questions about a major in education and the requirements for admission to the teacher education program.
Southeast's Alternative Certification Program helps support districts hiring new teachers, assists the districts and the teachers to complete the teacher education course work required for permanent certification in Missouri, assists the districts to obtain the best appropriate interim certification for the new teacher and, in some cases, advises students on how to complete the subject area course work to meet minimum certification standards.
Southeast Missouri State University strives to provide you with the most up-to-date campus technology. The offices of Information Technology, Vending and ID Services and Telecommunications Services work to ensure student access to Southeast's campus technology.
Admission to Teacher Education Programs (TEP) and certification requirements are provided. In addition, important dates and frequently asked questions are listed.
Student teaching at Southeast is based upon the Missouri Standards for Teacher Education Preparation (MOSTEP). Student teaching is the capstone of our teacher training program. For elementary certification, students teach approximately fourteen weeks in two different districts, in one upper and one lower grade level. Secondary students are placed in two diverse settings n their major content area.
Southeast offers many options for students wishing to pursue advanced degrees.
The College of Education's International Programs include the following initiatives: exchange programs with Belfast, Northern Ireland, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Leon, Spain and Swansea, Wales; visiting scholars program; student teaching opportunities in 35 countries; and areas of concentration in TESOL and Comparative and International Education.
Southeast's Kent Library is your partner in finding information for completing research papers and class assignments. Library professionals can work with you in person, by phone or e-mail. Online resources bring the library to wherever you are, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
University catalogs are guidelines for your assistance as you progress through your program of study.