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Certificate in the Foundations of College Instruction - How to Apply

Applicants Who are Currently Not UIC Graduate Students

Also see Admissions Requirements.

Applicants who are not currently students at UIC as graduate degree-seeking, or graduate nondegree, need to complete the UIC Graduate Application.

In addition to the application, the following need to be submitted by the deadline:

  • $70 non-refundable application fee
  • Transcripts from the baccalaureate granting institution showing the earned baccalaureate
  • Foundations of College Instruction Supplemental Application Form
  • International students only:
    • iBT (internet-based TOEFL): 80, with subscores of Reading 19, Listening 17, Speaking 20, and Writing 21,
      Or
    • IELTS 6.5, with subscores of 6.0 for all subscores,
      Or
    • PTE Academic 54, with subscores of Listening 47, Writing 56, Reading 51, and Speaking 53,
      Or
    • TOEFL PBT: 550

Applicants initially submit unofficial transcripts and need to submit official transcripts only if admitted.

See detailed information on the application/credentials submission process.  All documents must be converted to a PDF before they are uploaded into the admission system.

Applicants Who are Currently UIC Graduate Students

Applicants who are currently students at UIC as graduate degree-seeking, or graduate nondegree, do not complete the Graduate Application form.  Instead, students should complete a Request to Change or Add a Graduate Program Form.  Applicants will be attempting to add a 2nd program to their current existing program.  If you are currently an unassigned nondegree student you may choose to change to the certificate, rather than add a 2nd program.

The program code for the Campus Certificate in the Foundations of College Instruction is 20FS5531NDEG.

In addition, the Foundations of College Instruction Supplemental Application Form must be attached to the Request to Change of Add a Graduate Program Form.

Also see Admissions Requirements

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