Applying for Admission to Non-teaching Programs in Education

If you are interested in one of the following non-teaching programs in Education, click the program title for more information on how to apply and criteria.

Criteria

  • Baccalaureate degree with 2.75 GPA, or 3.0 GPA for last two years
  • If you are living in one of these states, you may complete this master's program online!

Admissions take place on a rolling basis

Criteria

  • Baccalaureate degree with 2.75 GPA, or 3.0 GPA for last two years
  • Minimum GRE combined verbal and quantitative score of 280 and a 3.5 analytical writing score.  GRE scores less than 5years old.

Admissions take place on a rolling basis

Please note

Admissions to the Higher Education program cannot be processed until all application materials are completed and provided to the Graduate School.  It may take as long as a month for the testing company to send GRE results. Please allow adequate time for your complete official file to be reviewed and processed.

Criteria

  • Baccalaureate degree with 2.75 GPA, or 3.0 GPA for last two years
  • BCII/FBI Clearance - Get more information
  • Valid teaching license, with 3 years of experience
  • Must be employed as a teacher or other school professional to complete the coursework

Admissions take place on a rolling basis

If you are living in one of these states, you may take the program online

Criteria

  • Baccalaureate degree with 2.75 GPA, or 3.0 GPA for last two years
  • BCII/FBI Clearance - Get more information
  • Valid teaching license, with 3 years of experience
  • Must be employed as a teacher or other school professional to complete the coursework

Admissions take place in Fall semester only.