Teacher Education Admission Requirements
Admission to Teacher Education
Students must meet the following Texas state required proficiencies to be accepted into the Teacher Education program and allowed to take most Education courses:
Reading: THEA (260+), TASP (260+), ACT (21+), SAT (500+ or 1050+*), PRAXIS I (173+), ACCUPLACER (88+).*Called Critical Reading Score. It is the composite score of the verbal portion and the math portion.
Writing: THEA (230+), TASP (230+), ACT (21+), SAT (500+), PRAXIS I (172+), ACCUPLACER (Sentence Skills 84+ and WRITEPLACER 6+).
Oral Communications: DANTES/DSST (Principles of Public Speaking 47+), grade of C or higher in one semester of college level speech/oral communications.
Math: THEA (230+), TASP (230+), ACT (21+), SAT (500+), PRAXIS I (171+), ACCUPLACER (65).
Critical Thinking: Show evidence of an overall GPA of 2.75+. GPA is calculated using LeTourneau grades as well as all regionally accredited coursework attempted.
LeTourneau University reserves the right to deny admissions to any applicant. The admission requirements published here do not guarantee acceptance, but are the minimal requirements for admissions consideration.