B.S. in Career and Technical Education Admission

(Licensure/Certification)

1.  Submit an Undergraduate Application

A $35 non-refundable application fee is required.

2.  Submit official transcripts. Admission to this degree program requires a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher for the most recent two years of secondary or post-secondary education.

(From high school and all post-secondary institutions)

  • Electronically or
  • Send directly from the school of attendance in a sealed envelope to:
    Wilmington University
    Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    320 N. DuPont Hwy.
    New Castle, DE 19720

Note: In order to receive financial aid official transcripts must be on file.

3. Submit official (and complete) score reports demonstrating mastery of general knowledge, including the ability to read, write, and compute.

This requirement can be met by providing an official score report showing scores (including all sub-scores) on the ETS Praxis Series Core Academic Skills for Educators.

4. Send SAT/ACT Scores

Please note that scores on the tests listed above will NOT affect admissions decisions.  Aggregated scores are used to meet accreditation and program approval standards. 

5.  International students must provide results from the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) that meet current minimum score requirements*

*NOTE: International students must complete all admission requirements before being accepted to Wilmington University. Please review the admission requirements here.

6. Meet with Advising

7. Register for EDU 102

 All of the documents described above should be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Students taking courses to satisfy certification requirements are personally responsible for verifying with the Delaware Department of Education (or the appropriate licensure/certification authority in another state) that such course work is applicable and acceptable. Students are also responsible for meeting all state-mandated testing requirements and/or teaching experience requirements, and for applying for credentials.

Any changes in state regulations for licensure/certification as a Delaware educator could cause Wilmington University to make course and/or program adjustments in order to align with new or revised state requirements. Wilmington University reserves the right to change requirements to comply with any licensure/certification mandates of the Delaware Department of Education.