Admission to the Bachelor of Science in Education Program is granted on a space available basis. Applications that meet all admission requirements will be ranked according to their qualifications and admitted in order of their rank, starting with the most qualified, until all available spaces are filled. As such, not all individuals who meet the admission requirements may be admitted. Since the program of studies involves working in elementary schools, prospective candidates must also consent to a criminal background check. Once admitted to the program, fingerprinting is required prior to field placement. Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission. Also, disciplinary action at Gordon State College and any other institution that the student has attended, including the military may prevent admission.
How to Apply:
Visit the Admission Procedure page under the Teacher Education website at http://www.gordonstate.edu/education/early-childhood-education-admission-procedure-application-forms for more information about the Bachelor of Science in Education program and how to apply.
Notification of Acceptance:
Because this is a high demand major, and the cohort is limited to 60 candidates, not all qualified applicants may be admitted. Applicants will be notified by U.S. Mail of Acceptance, Acceptance with Conditions, Non-Acceptance, or Desire to be placed on a waiting list.
Direct Contact Information:
Dr. Michael Mahan, Dean School of Education
Gordon State College
419 College Drive
Barnesville, Georgia 30204
Phone 678. 359. 5466