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Students ideally begin their M.Ed. program in EDAS during either Fall or Summer terms. Prospective students should make application to The Graduate School for admission to the EDAS program at least two full months prior to the start of a new semester. Admittance by the Graduate School is followed by review and admittance at the Department level.
Admissions Requirements for M.Ed. in EDAS:
1. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution;
2. An overall grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.7 on a 4.0 scale in all undergraduate work. Students who fail to meet this requirement may be considered for provisional admission, provided they demonstrate excellent promise for graduate study.
3. Three written recommendations concerning the prospective graduate student’s potential for success in a graduate program, and in particular, his/her potential for success as an educational administrator. Recommendations may come from faculty members, school administrators, employers or others knowledgeable about the applicant’s ability and potential.
4. A statement of purpose written by the applicant explaining his/her professional goals and desire to be admitted to the EDAS graduate program.
5. Admission by the Graduate School.
In addition to the requirements above, international student applicants must achieve a satisfactory score on the TOEFL and the general test of the GRE.
For current information on tuition and program costs, please visit the Bursar’s Office web page.
For information on financial aid, please visit the Financial Aid web page.
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