Graduate Studies currently is accepting applications for Fall 2020. There are three application review deadlines: April 1, May 1, and July 15. We encourage you to apply for admission and scholarships at your earliest convenience.
Faculty and staff are working from home. We ask that you contact us via email if questions arise. Please send your application documents via email, including official transcripts. Since we are not able to collect mail from our offices in the Teacher Education Department due to COVID-19 restrictions, you can email screenshots or scans of unofficial transcripts (if you are unable to request electronic official transcripts) until we can collect hard copies of transcripts from our offices.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we share updates about developing conditions. Stay safe and well!
Whether you want to start your career as an excellent teacher, develop a specialized skillset, or advance the field of education, our graduate programs prepare you to be the change in young people's lives.
Online and hybrid programs make it possible for working professionals to go back to school, and with scholarships available, our programs are exceptionally affordable.
Specialize as an educator
We offer a range of teacher education graduate programs for those who already have a teaching license, and for those who don't. So whether you're starting your career, or elevating it, if you want to bring excellence to your school or classroom, consider one of our programs.
The online Master of Arts in Education: Principal Leadership Program offers high quality and experiential instruction for aspiring educational leaders seeking licensure for rural, resort, and culturally diverse schools. This unique and highly personalized program prepares you to be the next generation of strategic change leaders.