Application for graduate degree programs include a completed application form, official transcripts, letters of recommendation, official standardized test score reports, a written statement of purpose, and a nonrefundable application fee. Official transcripts are required from all undergraduate, graduate, professional and foreign institutions that you have attended even if it was only for a single course or college credit awarded while you were in high school.
The program requires a minimum of 36 s.h. with 24 s.h. in adult education and 3 s.h. in educational research and a culminating reflective portfolio. A maximum of 9 s.h. may be taken as electives in related areas. An interview and writing sample may be required for admission.
Required courses: ADED 6445, 6453, 6481, 6484, 6487; educational research course approved by dept.