EPP Curriculum


Curriculum Plans

The College of Education at Central State University offers eight programs leading to education degrees and Ohio teaching licensure. The following program plans provide a guide for the timely completion of the course and field work required to earn degree and licensure verification. These plans along with pre-admission and faculty advising are the foundation for preparing for a career in professional education.


You may want to maintain your personal program plan to follow your progress toward degree completion. In addition to coursework, you should be mindful of:

  1. Preparing for and meeting basic academic and disposition requirements for gaining full admission into your program by the second semester of your sophomore year
  2. Taking advantage of study programs preparing you to take and pass the Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) before the student teaching semester

If you have questions, you may contact your current advisor:

  • Freshmen (30 or fewer earned hours)
    Mr. Alfred Harper, Undergraduate Student Success Center (Ward Center, Office 104)
  • Pre-admitted Candidates (30+ hours, not admitted to program)
    Ms. Shirley Farrar, TEAP-C (JISC, Office  217 A)
    Ms. Renita Tolbert, TEAP-C (JISC 220 F)
  • Admitted Candidates are advised by faculty in the program area.
    Dr. Rajeev Swami, DPE ( JISC, Office 213 A)