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Checklist for Application to the Master of Arts in Teaching-Middle Grades Education Science/ Mathematics and Reading Program


___ Hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, with a minimum 2.5 undergraduate GPA for all undergraduate coursework attempted.

Indicate One:

___Completed a minimum of 5 undergraduate courses (15 semester hours) in mathematics, with 3 courses at the upper division/ major level or above, documented by transcript from an accredited institution.


___Completed a minimum of 5 undergraduate courses (15 semester hours) in science, with 3 courses at the at the upper division/ major level or above, documented by transcript from an accredited institution.








___Submitted a completed application for graduate study at Georgia College with all supporting documents and a $25 nonrefundable application fee (if you are not a Georgia College alumnus) to the Office of Enrollment Services


___ Passed the GC College of Education on-site Graduate Writing Assessment


___ Submitted two professional recommendations using the College of Education format


___Applied to the College of Education Middle Grades Mathematics/ Science and Reading MAT cohort.


___ Satisfied GACE Basic Assessment requirements either through exempting the test or taking and passing it. (The GACE Basic Assessment may be exempted with a combined verbal and mathematics SAT score of 1000, a GRE score of 1030 quantitative and verbal, or a combined English and math ACT score of 43.)


___ Satisfied GACE Content Assessment requirements: Middle Grade Mathematics (Test 012) OR Middle Grades Science (Test 013), whichever aligns to content background being selected as the content area of concentration.

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