• Application Process

    1. All applicants must complete the online application. This application asks that you complete sections including personal information, educational background, personal essays, professional references, resume and verification that you registered for or have already taken and passed the GACE Basic Skills Assessment (200, 201 and 202) in addition to the GACE Mathematics Assessment (022 and 023) or GACE Science (024 and 025). Click the link below to access the online application: 
      Career Connections: Math Resident Application  and Career Connections: Science Resident Application
    2. All application materials including transcripts, verification of undergraduate credits, and professional references must be received by the application deadline in order to be considered, unless noted otherwise. Test score reports indicating passing scores must be received by April 30, 2014.
    3. The final application step is to complete an admissions application to the AUTR university partner, Georgia State University, which includes an online application form, goals statement and resume as well as a $50 application fee. The Georgia State University Graduate Program application deadline is March 1, 2014. The application is available at https://app.applyyourself.com/AYApplicantLogin/fl_ApplicantConnectLogin.asp?id=casgsu. (You may apply to Georgia State University prior to completing the AUTR application.)
    4. After reviewing all applications, AUTR will invite a number of candidates to participate in the Selection Days, which will give applicants further opportunity to demonstrate their strengths and attributes.
    5. Online Application
      Candidates will complete an application online at Career Connections: Math Resident Application and  Career Connections: Science Resident Application.
       
      The application includes the following sections:
    6. Personal Information: Submit your contact information, language proficiency and demographic information (optional) Educational Background: You must have a bachelor's degree to be eligible for AUTR. You also must have one (1) official transcripts from ALL post-secondary institutions where you earned college credit sent directly to AUTR Test Scores: All AUTR applicants must submit passing scores or test registration information for the GACE Assessments (Program Admission and Mathematics or Science) by April 30, 2014.
      • Candidates may be exempt from taking the GACE Program Admission Assessment with one of the following:

          ·         ACT - 43 Combined (English and Math)

          ·         SAT - 1000 Combined (Verbal, Critical Reading, and Math)

          ·         GRE - The GRE was revised August 2011, and the scoring format has changed. Following are the required converted scores to exempt the GACE Basic Skills Requirement:   

          o   If tested with the old GRE format (before August 1, 2011), candidates need a GRE composite score of 1030 on the Verbal and Quantitative

          o   If tested with the new GRE format (on or after August 1, 2011), candidates need a GRE composite score of 297 on the Verbal and Quantitative

          • Passed the Praxis I test prior to September 1, 2006
          Hold a Master's degree or higher
      • All applicants must take and pass the GACE Mathematics Assessments (022 and 023) or GACE Science (024 and 025). No exceptions.
      • Applicants must take the GRE as an entrance requirement for the Master's program. An official score report must be received by February, 1, 2013. Only official GRE score reports received directly from ETS will be accepted. Scores must be sent to Atlanta Public Schools and Georgia State University.
      • All GACE test score reports indicating passing scores must be received by April 30, 2014. GACE scores can be submitted via fax, email, or US mail.
      • For more information about the GACE and how it relates to AUTR, please visit our FAQ section.

              Statement of Interest: Submit responses to three essay questions.

              Resume: Submit your professional resume.

              References: Submit two professional reference letters.

    For more information about the application, see the FAQ Section.