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Graduate Admissions Coordinator
University Hall 271
Certificate in Adult Education
Individuals who satisfy all requirements or a listed exemption are eligible for regular "full admission" status. Before applying for admission to the Master of Education in Adult Education program, individuals should determine if they are eligible or can become eligible by examining the following minimum academic, test score and professional requirements:
- An earned baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution.
- A minimum overall undergraduate GPA of 2.50.
The above are minimum academic, test score or professional requirements only. Read the entire application checklist to determine what documents must be included in your submission.
Application for admission to the certificate in Adult Education program is a two-step process: application to the University Office of Graduate Admissions and a separate submission of documents to the College of Education. Please use the checklists below to ensure the required documents are sent to the appropriate destination:
Office of Graduate Admissions Application Checklist
- Graduate Admissions Application
- Payment of Application Fee
- Satiisfy immunication requirement: Certificate of immunization 221K
- Verify lawful presence 360K (required for all applicants requesting in-state tuition)
One (1) official transcript 26K from all schools -- undergraduate and graduate -- where degrees were earned or work was done (Official transcripts must be in a sealed envelope from the institution.)
The preferred method of delivery is electronic. Schools that issue official transcripts electronically should submit them to email@example.com. Official transcripts can be mailed directly to Graduate Admissions from the attende
College of Education Submission Checklist
- Evidence of a 2.5 GPA or qualifying exemption
- Submit a Letter of Intent by the applicant (using the required format in the application)
- Two (2) Letters of Recommendation -- using the proper form and coming under separate cover from the reference. One from a current or former supervisor; the second from a professional colleague. Letters should address the individual's ability to interact with individuals, groups, and organizations in the community. Activities highlighting community leadership are preferred.
Office of Graduate Admissions
College of Education
* NOTE: Accepted institutions are those that are accredited by accrediting organizations recognized by either the U.S. Department of Education at ope.ed.gov/accreditation or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) at http://www.chea.org