does not accredit individual licensure areas.
- The WVU EPP is currently accredited by NCATE, and is undergoing CAEP accreditation review for the first time.
- Under the EPP, all individual programs must be “state approved”. Most seek to become “nationally recognized” by their specialized professional association (SPA) affiliated with CAEP.
- Some programs under that EPP are accredited by another accrediting agency, which has the accrediting authority from the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or the US Department of Education (e.g., CACREP, ASHS, NASAD, NASM).
(Please Note: The Five-Year Teacher Education Program will no longer be accepting students beyond the freshmen class entering in Fall 2016. Later groups (i.e., In-coming Freshmen of Fall 2017 and beyond) are encouraged to pursue other WVU Teacher Preparation Program options available at that time.)
This program is an integrated five-year, dual-degree program in which students simultaneously pursue a Bachelor of Arts or Science and a Master of Arts in Education. The program boasts a clear set of research-based program goals and carefully sequenced learning experiences. Students will learn to integrate what one teaches with how it is taught and will receive more than 1,000 hours of experience in public school classrooms. The program functions in close collaboration with exemplary local public schools and has selective and rigorous standards for admission and retention of students as well as rigorous performance requirements that are relevant to effective teaching practice.
For questions about the program, please contact:
John E. Stallings, Jr., Ed.D.
Office: 606 Allen Hall -
Evansdale Campus - Morgantown, WV 26506-6122
Phone: (304) 293-6762
Fax: (304) 293-5624