Complete requirements for a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
Present a cumulative 2.75 (4.0 scale) grade point average or higher on all undergraduate and graduate work combined.
Submit a personal statement of purpose that identifies the applicant’s reasons for pursuing graduate study and how admission into the program relates to the applicant’s professional aspirations.
Submit a current professional resume or CV.
Submit a completed “Disclosure and Affirmation Form” that addresses misconduct disclosure, the Code of Ethics for Educators, and tort liability insurance.
Applicants may be approved for provisional admission based on the quality of the admission material presented. Provisional students must earn grades of “B” or higher in their first nine (9) credits of course work after admission and meet any other stipulations outlined by the department to be converted to regular status.
Program of Study
Professional Education Core Requirements Credit Hours: 9
Successful completion of a professional portfolio with practicum
Must successfully complete key assessments related to specific courses in the
Graduate students are advised by their program. Graduate students should reach out to their graduate program director for information regarding the structures in place to facilitate advisement. For more information visit Graduate Academic Advisement.
Graduate students can also contact the Jack N. Averitt College of Graduate Studies for more information about their program director.
Phone: 912-478-COGS (2647)