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Education: Master of Science in Education (MSEd) in Art Education (K-12)
Students enrolling in Master of Science in Secondary Education programs will be assigned an advisor in the area of certification who will meet with and review the student’s background. Together, they will plan an appropriate program of graduate courses. This approved program is to be filed with the department during the first semester of attendance. The student may not depart from this approved program without permission of the advisor. Each academic area has its own course requirements. In general, students take about half of their program in the appropriate academic departments and half in education.


Requirements for Matriculation 

These requirements are in addition to the general requirements for matriculation.​​
1. The Master of Science in Education (MSED) Program is for students who already hold an initial certificate in a teaching discipline and who wish to pursue advanced studies in education. Graduates from this program gain an advanced certification and a MSED degree.
2. Students must submit a 15-slide portfolio of their work. These must include at least two drawings, and a variety of media i.e.:  painting, printmaking and/or sculpture or 3D design. A CD Rom in JPEG format is also acceptable. On an accompanying page you must provide the following information for each slide:
• Title (if any)
• Size
• Medium
• Date
Include a self-addressed envelope stamped with sufficient postage for the material to be returned. Original artwork will not be accepted and will not be reviewed. Incomplete applications without a self-addressed stamped envelope will not be considered. These materials are due at the Graduate Admissions Office at the same time all other materials are submitted. Admission is competitive, and the submission dates will not be extended.
3. Results of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) General Test are required. Click here for more details.


Requirements for Non-Matriculation

Students are to follow the college’s 
requirements for non-matriculation​.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


 

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 Admissions at a Glance

 
Fall Deadline April 1
Fall Extended DeadlineN/A
Spring DeadlineNovember 1
Spring Extended DeadlineN/A

Letters of Reference2
Essay  500 Words
TOEFL (IBT)100
IELTS  7
GRE  Yes
GMAT No

Accepts Non-MatricYes

 
 
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