TEACHERS SEEKING
NEW JERSEY INITIAL LICENSE
OR
OR ADDITIONAL SUBJECT
TEACHING ENDORSEMENTS |

The following summarizes
and expounds on the information found at theState of New Jersey's web page for teacher licensing. |

TEACHERS SEEKING INITIAL NEW JERSEY TEACHING LICENSES

REQUIREMENTS FOR STANDARD INSTRUCTIONAL LICENSES

- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
- GPA 2.75 needed as per State Requirements
- Passing score in Praxis II/NTE Programs Specialty Area test(s).
**Completion of at least thirty (30) credits in a coherent major in the instructional subject teaching field. (See below)**

- The alternate route Provisional Teacher Program.
- A state approved college teacher preparation program and one year of full time mentored teaching under a New Jersey provisional license.
- A state approved college teacher preparation program and one year of full time teaching under a valid out of state license.

NEW JERSEY LICENSED TEACHERS SEEKING

ADDITIONAL SUBJECT TEACHING ENDORSEMENTS

Holders of a standard N.J. instructional license (except teachers of Military Science and non-degree teachers of Vocational Education) will be issued additional standard instructional licenses when the following is completed:

**Completion of at least thirty (30) credits in a coherent major in the instructional subject teaching field.**(See Below)

- A passing score on the required licensure test.

our BA degree model but with College Geometry also included.

1701-130 |
Calculus I |
4 |

1701-131 |
Calculus II |
4 |

1701-230 |
Calculus III |
4 |

1701-210 |
Linear Algebra |
3 |

1701-231 |
**Ordinary Differential Equations |
3 |

1701-340 |
Modern Algebra I |
3 |

1701-330 |
**Introduction to Real Analysis |
3 |

1702-360 |
Introduction to Probability & Statistics |
3 |

1701-498 |
**Mathematics Seminar (Senior Standing) |
3 |

1701-310 |
College Geometry |
4 |

**when deciding wich courses to skip, use these as a guideline.