M.S. in Education
An application for a graduate degree should be completed and filed in the Office of Education Student Services one semester before the degree is to be granted. Application forms are available from that office.
Candidates for the Master of Science degree in elementary or secondary education must satisfactorily complete a portfolio consisting of at least one artifact for each of the program outcomes.
- The student must have been admitted unconditionally to the master's degree program, or, if allowed to enter conditionally, must have removed the conditions satisfactorily.
- The student must complete a minimum of 33 credit hours of graduate courses that are appropriate to the particular master's degree program. All work to be applied toward the degree must be completed within six calendar years from the date when the grade is received in the first course that is to be used toward the degree.
- Credit acquired in courses taken by correspondence will not apply toward degree requirements unless approved by the Director of Education Student Services and the student's graduate advisor.
- The student must have a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.0 in those courses required for the degree.