NMSU’s School of Teacher Preparation, Administration and Leadership (TPAL) offers Undergraduate programs and Graduate programs; each providing a base of knowledge, skills and experience that will allow you to make a difference in your community.
We welcome you to join our diverse, supportive community – within our areas of expertise you will chart your pathway to success.
To be considered for admission to a doctoral program, an applicant must have a minimum grade-point average of 3.0. Some doctoral degree programs also require a master’s degree or its equivalent.
An applicant whose scholastic record is satisfactory will be admitted as a regular student. This classification includes:
An applicant whose scholastic record is not satisfactory can be admitted as a provisional student. Students admitted with this classification can be either:
A student admitted provisionally must complete his or her first three courses, a total of 9 credits of graduate work, with a minimum grade-point average of a 3.0. A provisional student who does not meet the 3.0 grade-point average after at least 9 credits of graduate work is subject to dismissal. A student admitted on a provisional basis is prohibited from working as a teaching assistant. However, he or she may work as a research assistant or a grader for one semester. A provisional student can be employed for one semester as a grader. To hire a provisional student, departments must submit an official letter to the Graduate School requesting permission.
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