The License Alternative Masters Program (LAMP) in Special Education Admission Process
If you decide to apply for the Alternative Masters program, then follow these steps:
- Student completes a LAMP application to the Judith Herb College of Education and a
graduate application to the College of Graduate Studies
- Department Chair will check for student’s admission to Graduate School. Student must
be admitted to Graduate School before acceptance
to LAMP is considered.
- If student is admitted to the LAMP program, The Department Chair will assign a faculty
- The Department Chair will send a letter to student informing them of admission to
the program and assigned advisor. Copy of admission letter
is sent to college administration.
- The student should meet with their faculty advisor to prepare a plan of study listing
the courses that will satisfy the master’s
requirements. Students have six years to complete their master’s degree.
- Students typically complete the course work for licensure including student teaching; successfully pass the PRAXIS II state exam; and make application for the teaching license. After successfully obtaining their teaching license, Students then complete the remaining requirements for the master’s degree and for license renewal.