Mount St. Joseph University

School of Education 

Teacher Education Program Performance Data 

2012-2013

Mount St. Joseph University Teacher Education Program, which is designed to prepare competent, collaborative, caring, and reflective practitioners, is granted Accreditation by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for a period of seven years, from 2012-2019. TEAC has now merged to become CAEP (Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation). This accreditation certifies that the forenamed professional education program has provided evidence that the program adheres to TEAC’s quality principles.

Teacher Licensure Test Scores Pass Rate 

100% 

Number of Field/Clinical Hours Prior to Student Teaching 

100-210 

Number of weeks required for student teaching 

12-15 

Percentage of students who satisfactorily complete student teaching 

98.25% 

Percentage of Newly Hired Teachers Completing the State Residency Program /Year 1 

100% 

Percentage of Newly Hired Teachers Completing the State Residency Program /Year 2 

100% 

Percentage of Newly Hired Teachers Completing the State Residency Program /Year 3

100%

Consumer Information:

3-year student loan default rate (Fiscal Years 2009-2011)
2011 - 10.5%
2010 - 11.0%
2009 - 5.8%

Average cost of attendance (2013-14) –  $25,850
Average beginning salary of teachers – local area –  $37,929
Placement of graduates (2012–2014):

  • Public schools - 57.2%
  • Private schools -  21.4%
  • Currently not  employed - 21.4%