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MIC Applications are due by March 1 (Spring Semester) and October 1 (Fall Semester). The program is competitive so it is important to keep your GPA up and score well on your GRE! If you have questions or problems when applying for the MIC program, please contact your content area.
Graduate School Admission
You must be admitted by the UK Graduate School (GS) before the College of Education can formally admit you to the MIC Program. These are two separate admissions processes. Please consult with the Graduate School Office of Admissions regarding your status with them. If necessary, update/correct your application using the following codes for the MIC program:
Please make sure you have applied to the Graduate School for admission in the appropriate semester, as follows:
If you do not take courses during the semester for which you have applied, or if you do not qualify for admission to the semester for which you have applied, you are responsible for updating your Graduate School admission status to the semester in which you begin classes. The Graduate School may assess a fee each time you request an application update. If you need advising, please contact Dr. Groth for an appointment.
If you were notified that you must re-take portions of the GRE in order to qualify for Graduate School admission, please re-take those exams as soon as possible so we can obtain your scores and complete your file. Pending completion of GRE requirements of 150 verbal, Quantitative 143, and 4.0 Analytic Writing forrUGPA of 2.75 admission, you will become eligible for the MIC, and we will admit you as soon as possible.
Any course taken for this program must have a "letter" grade.
Issues Related to "Post-Baccalaureate" Status:
If you are a post-baccalaureate student and would like to discuss the possibility of completing MIC elective courses this summer, please contact Lauren Colley for an appointment.
Advice for Completing MIC Graduate Electives:
Students are strongly advised to complete all nine graduate elective credits during the summer PRIOR to Fall 2010 and the formal start of the MIC program. However, they are not required to do so. If you choose to take electives later in your program, you are advised to complete two elective courses during the summer prior, and one elective course during the fall term. If you choose, you may complete electives during the summer that follows student teaching (summer 2013). In such cases, students will be advised that their degrees and certification will not be completed until August 2013. Late completion may affect your qualification for professional teaching jobs. Students are strongly advised to avoid taking elective courses during Spring 2013 when they are student teaching full time.
If you have additional questions about MIC graduate electives, please contact Lauren Colley for an appointment.
updated 01-15-2013 by Kathy Heineman