Admissions are accepted on an ongoing and rolling basis for future semesters. You are asked to allow at least two months lead time for processing paperwork, scheduling interviews, and completing the application packet.
To be considered for admission, you must meet the following requirements:
- Have a degree in education from a regionally accredited college or university and provide official transcripts of all undergraduate/graduate work.
- Have an undergraduate overall GPA of 2.75 or an approved score on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT).
- Complete a questionnaire [PDF] concerning teaching background and future goals. [Word Doc]
- Submit three (3) Reference Forms [PDF] [Word Doc]
- Appear for an interview and a planning review during which a program plan will be completed. This interview will be set up by the Academic Department following the submission of all application documents.
The MEd program consists of 18 core credits that focus on four critical areas embedded in effective teaching:
- Curriculum and Assessment
- Effective Teaching & Leadership
- The Learner
- Focus on Research
The MEd in Curriculum and Instruction includes the following 18 credits of cluster choices in Early Childhood Education:
- Elementary Education
- Middle Level Education
- Secondary Education Biology
- Secondary Education Geography/Earth Science
- Secondary Education History
- Secondary Education Mathematics
- Secondary Education Modern Languages
For a complete listing of program course requirements, see the Graduate Catalog.
Program Planning Sheet