Master of Education
In addition to the College of Education graduate admission requirements, applicants must submit the following program-specific materials:
- Official transcripts from all previous attended institutions of higher learning. Students should also have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in all coursework from the last two
years of the bachelor's degree.
- If you do not have a 3.0 GPA or higher, you may enroll as non-degree seeking student and then apply for admission. The grades in these courses may be used as part of the GPA consideration for admission to the M.Ed program. The courses to be taken as a non-degree seeking student should be determined with the advice of a member of the Social Science Education program faculty.
- A Resume
- Letter of Interest. A 250-word letter of interest stating your objectives in pursuing this course of study. Included in this letter of interest, applicants must indicate how they have two years of teaching experience OR other relevant experience acceptable to the program faculty.
- Letters of Recommendation. Two letters of recommendation verifying the candidate's potential success as a graduate student and his/her ability to work with adolescents.
- For students who are not certified, see the Master of Arts in Teaching program.