Professional licensure

Arizona State University offers degree programs that may lead to professional licensure. Licensure requirements vary from one profession to another and from state-to-state. If you are interested in obtaining professional licensure, please refer to the information below to confirm with the appropriate licensing body in the state where you intend to practice if an ASU program meets the educational requirements for licensure.

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Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Students interested in pursuing professional educator programs: Educator licensure and certification are regulated individually by State Departments of Education and no two are exactly alike.

Students who seek admission to Arizona State University Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College online program for endorsement or initial educator certification outside of Arizona should contact the applicable state’s Department of Education where the student is intending to practice for requirements, rules, and regulations.

It is the student’s responsibility to determine whether the Teachers College online program will meet the requirements for certification, licensure, or otherwise advance a student’s teaching or administrator credentials in the state of practice.

National Certification and Professional Licensure Boards

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State certification and professional licensure boards

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