About this course
Our Graduate Education programs are designed to help current teachers advance to the next level of mastery within their profession and to prepare non-teaching professions to enter the field of education. We strongly believe that a small-group learning environment and one-on-one attention are beneficial for students at the graduate level.
For this reason, our graduate education classes are small. These factors contribute toward creating a comfortable, dynamic atmosphere where students and professors can engage in a dialogue of ideas – sharing information, problem solving, and exchanging experiences that add depth and perspective to the course work presented in the curriculum.
The Graduate Education Office takes great pride in giving students the individual attention needed to make this a successful and meaningful journey. Our faculty promote student development through active participation and making connections between theory and research-based practice.
International applicants will need to meet the admission requirements for first-year or transfer students. In addition to those requirements, students whose native language is not English must submit proof of English language proficiency. TOEFL, IELTs, iTEP exam scores can be submitted to satisfy the language proficiency requirement.
Those that do meet the English language proficiency requirement can enroll in the University's intensive English language program. Students can then seek to begin their traditional undergraduate studies after completion of level 7 of the intensive English program.