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Juris Doctor Degree from the College of Law
A student in this program may apply up to 12 credit hours from the following MED courses completed in the College of Social Justice & Human Service toward the completion of the 89 credit hours required for the JD degree:
HED 6410 College and University Curriculum
HED 6520 Organization and Management of Student Affairs
HED 6640 Governance and Administration in Higher Education
HED 6730 Legal Aspects of Higher Education
HED 6770 Evaluation and Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education
In order for a MED course to qualify for credit toward the JD degree, the Student must earn a grade of B (3.0) or better.
On written application by the Student, and for good cause shown, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the College of Law may substitute another MED course for one on the approved list.
Master’s in Higher Education Degree from the College of Social Justice & Human Service
The Student may apply up to 12 credit hours from the following upper-level courses completed in the College of Law toward the completion of the 36 credit hours required for the MED degree:
LAWP 9000 Race & American Law
LAWG 9030 Administrative Law
LAWA 9120 Constitutional Law II
LAWI 9510 Labor Law
LAWD 9210 Contracts I
LAWD 9220 Contracts II
In order for a College of Law course to qualify for credit toward the MED degree, the Student must earn a grade of C (2.0) or better.
On written application by the Student, and for good cause shown, the Coordinator of the Higher Education Master’s Program may substitute another upper-level College of Law course for one on the approved list.
The GPA requirement for undergraduate students applying is a 2.7. Graduate students applying to the program must meet the GPA requirement of a 3.0.
Students shall apply and be admitted to the College of Law and the College of Social Justice & Human Service separately, and each college’s decision to admit or not to admit the Student is based solely on that college’s selection criteria.
Students shall not receive either the JD or MED degree until all work required for both degrees has been completed. If the Student withdraws from the Joint Degree and remains in either the College of Law or the College of Education, he shall receive only so much credit for work in the other college as the Dean may authorize under the rules of that college.
Admission Requirements for the MED:
Admission of students to the Masters'of Higher Education Program is based on the following criteria:
- A completed Graduate School admissions form.
- A baccalaureate degree granted by an accredited institution, with a minimum GPA of 2.7.
- Official transcripts from all previous higher education institutions attended.
- A statement of purpose indicating a commitment to pursuing a career in the field of higher education.
- Two letters of reference, including at least one from a faculty member who can speak to your ability to conduct research and to write at the graduate level.
- A current resume or curriculum vitae.
- The applicant will be responsible for assembling these materials and submitting them to the College of Graduate Studies. Please use their electronic admissions form, which can be found at at:http://gradschool.utoledo.edu/pages/applyonline_campus.asp
For questions about the joint degree program, please contact:
Dr. Snejana Slantcheva-Durst
Coordinator, Higher Education Master's Program
Department of School Psychology, Higher Education, and Counselor Education
Gillham Hall 1000G
2801 W. Bancroft Street
Toledo OH 43606