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Master of Education with Concentration in Autism, Online Teaching, or Supervision and Curriculum Leadership (MEd)

Admissions Requirements

In order to be admitted to the M.Ed. with concentration in Autism, Online Teaching, or Supervision and Curriculum Leadership Program, applicants must have met the following criteria:

  1. B.A. or B.S. degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
  2. 3.0 undergraduate GPA.
  3. Formal application with essay.
  4. Official college transcripts*.
  5. Two letters of recommendation.
  6. Current resume.

Applicants seeking admission into the M.Ed. with concentration in Autism, Online Teaching, or Supervision and Curriculum Leadership Program may be admitted on a regular or conditional basis. Regularly admitted students are applicants who the Admission Committee determines have the preparation to successfully complete the program. Applicants who do not meet the above admission criteria may be considered for conditional admission after a personal interview with the program director.

A conditionally admitted student may enroll in a maximum of four courses (12 credits). Upon completion of the four courses and fulfillment of any specified conditions, the student’s record and admissions criteria will be reviewed to determine the student’s potential for successfully completing the program. If the evaluation of all relevant admission criteria is positive, the student’s admission status will be changed to reflect a regular admission.

*Integrated 5-year programs will accept in-progress Bachelor’s degree transcripts when students apply during their junior year.

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