Welcome to the Augsburg College Education Department Website!
Use the navigation menus (above) or links (below) to visit pages that describe our licensure programs, link you to forms you’ll need to progress through our program, connect you to the college’s online registration and records system, and more.
The college also maintains a separate departmental website that includes faculty profiles, a course catalog, and program requirements. Click here to access that website.
The Augsburg College Education Department commits itself to developing future educational leaders who foster student learning and well-being by being knowledgeable in their fields, being capable in pedagogy, being ethical in practice, nurturing self-worth, embracing diversity, thinking reflectively, and collaborating effectively.
What’s Available on this Website?
EAST Program Information: The EAST program has been launched and is now accepting applications. This program specifically targets East African future teachers: East African Student to Teacher (EAST). The goal of the program is to recruit, retain, and license highly qualified East African students who wish to become K-12 teachers. EAST awards may be up to $12,000 per student per year.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Augsburg College is moving to a unified academic calendar in 2013-14, so that students in all programs will follow a semester calendar. The 2013-14 academic calendar is now online <http://www.augsburg.edu/registrar/calendars/>. The Department encourages students who have questions to schedule a time to meet with their academic advisors. Students may also review the website specifically created to provide detailed information about the change: <http://inside.augsburg.edu/creditcalendar/>.
- Information about state-mandated testing for teacher candidates (MTLE).
- Click here to enter TK20, the Education Department’s data management system for licensure candidates: <http://tk20.augsburg.edu>.
- TC2 New Teachers’ Blog
Licensure Program Framework: Students demonstrate their possession of outcome-based professional standards by completing a program portfolio as they progress through the Education Department coursework. Read a description of the model we employ to prepare students to meet Minnesota’s rigorous teacher licensure standards.
Course Descriptions: Go to the Online Course Catalog for descriptions of specific courses in our licensure programs. Also view a list of the courses being offered during the upcoming and/or current academic term.
News: Official licensure program news is published bi-weekly in the Education Department Newsletter. Find the electronic version of current and past newsletters on this page. Also find links to submit your news and links to other news sources of interest to K-12 teachers.
Contact Us: Contact information for various offices on campus, including the Education Department.
- Education Department Licensure Programs Handbook <–Download a copy of the departmental handbook in which you’ll find policies and procedures of the Augsburg College licensure programs.
- Registering for the Upcoming Term <– a quick reference guide and troubleshooting tips for the registration process
- Education Department Quick Reference <– information on who to call for common Education Department-related questions
Admission to Licensure Program (Day Program, AU and MAE): Find information and forms for applying for admission to the teacher licensure program. All students seeking licensure (Day Program, Adult Undergraduate and Master of Arts in Education) must be accepted into the licensure program before they may register for courses beyond the introductory level. Information about state-mandated testing (MTLE) is also available on this page.
Master of Arts in Education (MAE) Program Forms: Find forms needed to progress through the MAE program.
Adult Undergraduate (AU) Program Forms: Find current information for AU and Weekend College students such as course descriptions, announcements, etc.
Continuing Studies: Education Continuing Studies (ECS) at Augsburg College offers credit-bearing courses for educators. Information about continuing studies offerings are found on the ECS website.
Field Experience and Service-Learning Forms: Find the forms to document your field work and service-learning hours as well as information about our service-learning integration model.
Student Teaching Forms: Find information and forms for applying to student teach as well as forms to document your student teaching experience.
Online Records and Registration: Use Augnet to check your transcript and register for classes.