PEPP Admission Requirements
Students who meet the following requirements may be provisionally admitted to the program:
To be fully admitted to the program, the following requirements must be met (in addition to the requirements for provisional admission above). Students will be unable to register for a second semester of coursework until full admission has been granted.
ADDITIONAL admission requirements for students pursuing the Florida Temporary Teaching Certificate AND the UWF Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction:
All approvals for admission to the School of Education are provisional and subject to reevaluation as students progress through the program. Students denied admission or removed from the program may appeal the decision to the Dean, College of Professional Studies. School of Education students are expected to adhere to the Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession in Florida and national standards of conduct associated with professional, accreditation, and state agencies. Students who are struggling to meet content and/or disposition standards and/or competencies may be referred to the RtI process. Any student who is referred for an RtI and does not successfully complete the intervention process may be denied continued enrollment in any professional education program.
All application materials, including exam scores, must be submitted by the application deadline.
Note: The PEPP course rotation begins in summer ONLY. Students also pursuing a master's degree may begin the coursework in the fall or spring with careful planning. Contact email@example.com for advising.
If you have any questions, contact the PEPP Advising Office: