Applications to the programs are due in the Graduate Admissions Office on October 1 for the Spring and March 1 for Fall admission consideration [Note: Extension may be granted by Department Chairperson]. Candidates are required to submit the Graduate Application, two transcripts of all college work, two professional recommendations and Graduate Record Examination Scores. All materials must be on file by the deadline for an application to be considered.
Admission to the graduate program is based on a weighted formula that includes the application essay, GPA, interview, and references. Full admission to the program requires permanent initial licensure in an academic area of education or completion of 15 hours of prerequisite competencies. Students who do not have permanent initial license may be admitted on a conditional basis until the 15 hours of prerequisites are completed.
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