To seek acceptance into the Master of Education in Educational Administration program, applicants must send the following to the program director:
- Completed application and current resume.
- Letters of support from their supervisor and one person of their choice, each of whom must have direct knowledge of the applicant's teaching performance and potential for leadership.
- Copy of their valid teaching license.
- Personal goal statement.
- Official transcripts from the undergraduate degree-granting institution and all institutions where graduate work has been completed.
Because computer technology is used throughout the program, students must have access to a computer, the Internet and email capability. In addition, students must:
- Possess a valid teaching license.
- Have earned a minimum undergraduate grade point average of 2.5 (or minimum 2.75 GPA in last 60 credit hours) or higher from an accredited institution.
Candidates for the Master of Education in Educational Administration degree must successfully meet the following criteria:
- Complete all course work as set forth in the student's degree plan
- Maintain a "B" average in the degree plan
- Obtain no more than two "C"s within the degree plan, which are offset by "A"s