The general policies for graduate programs in the Spring Hill College Bulletin of Information apply to this program. Students applying for admission to graduate teacher education programs should complete the application process at least one month prior to the beginning of the term. The application process includes receipt of a completed application for admission, official copies of all transcripts, and all other required documents. Required documents include a copy of your teaching certificate and the Principal / Supervisor Evaluation for the MS program and a signed copy of the Laboratory / Internship agreement, two letters of recommendation, and a copy of the letter from the AL State Department of Education stating that, your background check review has been completed and you have met suitability criteria for admission to a teacher education program, for the MAT program. Standardized test scores are also required for both the MS and MAT programs, please refer to the Bulletin of Information for specific information. Applicants must complete the admission process one month prior to the intended term of entry. Required documents, as noted above, should be sent to:
Spring Hill College
Graduate Studies Office
4000 Dauphin Street
Mobile, AL 36608
Unconditional admission to the MS or MAT program will be granted to applicants with a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, a grade point average of at least 3.0 and compliance with other criteria. An original onsite essay, interview, and letters of recommendation are required for the MAT program.
Conditional admission may be granted to applicants with a bachelor's degree and an undergraduate cumulative grade point average not lower than 2.5, upon the recommendation of the Director and with the approval of the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Applicants for conditional admission will be required to meet all conditions for unconditional admission before progressing beyond six graduate hours.
Alabama Certification Requirements: Student who wish to reinstate a lapsed Class B certificate may enroll for up to 12 semester hours of graduate course work. Students who successfully complete the 12 hours may apply those hours toward an MS degree. In this case, all criteria for full standing must be met to progress beyond the first 16 hours of course work.