Courses have carefully been selected and crafted to meet the educational needs of students, as well as the requirements of the Texas Educational Agency and the State Board of Education.
There is a 5-time limit on taking a single certification exam. Any tester who has attempted a test (regardless of how any attempts before August 31, 2015) may test up to four more times after September 1, 2015. Additional attempts would require SBEC permission.
Note to students or alumni seeking Principal or Superintendent Certification:
Upon graduation from the M.Ed. or Ed.D. program, students seeking principal certification are encouraged to complete the TExES exam within one year. Alumni will not be permitted to take the exam more than seven years after their date of graduation. To obtain permission to test, those who have exceeded the seven-year time allotment must take additional coursework, including Law & Ethics, Instructional Supervision and a two-semester, 160-hour practicum, and must pass a practice certification exam.