Secondary Education Licensure Programs

Secondary Educational Licensure Program 

Education and service are core values at Lincoln Memorial University. In partnership with the Carter and Moyers School of Education, students in our secondary education licensure track will obtain a degree in their subject of choice while working with an advisor to fufill the requirements for initial licensure. Our students have gone on to serve their communities with great success, often gaining employment prior to graduation.


  •  Licensure Program Testing Requirements

    There are 2 phases of testing required in Teacher Licensure programs at LMU.  The first phase is pre-admission testing.  The second phase of testing includes the state required content knowledge Praxis II exam required for licensure.  Students wishing to enter either the Undergraduate or Master’s Initial Teacher Licensure program are required to submit pre-admission test scores.  Initial Teacher Licensure students may submit either ACT, SAT, or the Praxis Core Academic Skills or Educators (CASE)  scores  less than 5 years old and meet minimum score requirements.

    ACT =21

    SAT = 1020

    Reading = 156

    Math = 150

    Writing = 162