College degree requirements
Candidates for degrees in the College of Education and Human Development must complete a minimum of 122 undergraduate semester hours of coursework with a BGSU cumulative GPA of “C”, or 2.00 on a 4.00 scale.
The College of Education and Human Development also requires all students to have proficiency in writing (“C” or better in GSW 1120) and communication (“C” or better in COMM 1020). Students must also meet the BG Perspective requirements. Students must also meet the BG Perspective requirements. Students are encouraged to consult their program checksheets for program-specific suggestions and requirements.
Students completing degree programs in teacher education must attain a BGSU cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale in order to be recommended for licensure. Refer to your specific program for additional requirements and admission standards.