Graduate School of Education
College description: The Joint MA/MBA program allows students to simultaneously pursue an MA at the Graduate School of Education and an MBA at the Graduate School of Business simultaneously, equipping them to recognize the features of education business that render this sector distinctive in form, content, and mission. It is a rigorous, full-time, two-year program that integrates a flexible MA in Education with a comprehensive MBA degree, resulting in a personalized, world-class educational experience that brings together the world of education and business.
The graduate application for the academic year will open in early October.
Application deadlines are at 11:59 p.m. Pacific. Technical glitches can occur in the final hours, so please do not wait until the last minute to submit your application materials. PhD: December 1; Master's: January 7; Stanford Teacher Education Program (MA + Teaching Credential): January 7
GRE fee reduction certificate and diversity program participation waivers are granted by Stanford's central graduation admissions office. School-based waivers are granted by GSE admissions to applicants who do not qualify for the GRE fee reduction certificate or the Diversity program participation-based waiver. School-based waiver applications will be reviewed on a first-come basis. Preference is given to low-income, first generation and underrepresented minority US domestic applicants. Acceptance or denial of your fee waiver application does not affect your likelihood of admission into a graduate program.
The GSE will not require the GRE for admission.
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Master of Arts in Teaching
College description: The Department of Education offers a 12–month program to prepare students for a variety of professional careers and/or advanced study involving policy analysis, planning and development in urban public education. The program integrates research, theory and practice to provide students with foundational concepts and core skills in such areas as data analysis and data-based decision making, economic theory and its application in the realm of urban education policy analysis, urban politics and education, human development in an urban education context, and urban demographics.
Applicants don’t need to have prior teaching experience or coursework in education, although prior work with children or adolescents is expected. Once applicants have applied, selected applicants will be invited to interview in-person, online, or over the phone with the appropriate faculty.
Admission Requirements includes:
1. GRE General: Not required
2. GRE Subject: Not required
3. Personal Statement: 1000-1500 word personal statement that gives your reasons to pursue graduate work in the field of your study. The statement should include examples of your past work in your chosen field, your plans for study at Brown, issues and problems you'd like to address in your field and your professional goals.
4. Recommendations: Three (3) recommendations required
5. Resume: Required
6. Additional Materials: Applicants for the MAT in English must submit a writing sample, no more than 5 typewritten single-spaced pages, in addition to their personal statement.
Education Master’s Program
College description: Our Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs are for people who are or want to become teachers, researchers, and educational leaders. Top Questions our Master Programs Heading linkCopy link. Full-time master students can complete the degree in 1-2 years. Part-time can finish in 2-3 years.
The GRE is not required for the master’s programs.
The department accept many master’s students who are new to the field of education and are looking for a career change. However, certain MEd programs require a teaching license in order for you to be eligible to earn endorsements.
The application deadline is March 15
Master of Education
College description: UCR Graduate School of Education is now accepting applications for its 2020 Special Education Scholars Service Program! Guaranteed interview with school districts in San Bernardino County and or Riverside County after earning the M.Ed. with Special Education teaching credential. Must be admitted into the Master’s in Education in Special Education program. If selected as a scholar, must be hired and commit to teaching in Riverside County or San Bernardino County for 4 years after earning the Master degree in Special Education and Education Specialist Credential.
The following information is specific to our M.Ed. & M.A. degree programs in education. Requirements for admission include:
1. Bachelor's Degree: 4-year equivalent from accredited institution.
2. 3.0 GPA: Cumulative undergraduate degree
3. Career Objective: Alignment of career goals with program objectives
4. Transcripts: Upload an unofficial transcript for every college and university attended in the application prior to submitting/paying the application fee. All colleges and universities attended should be reported even if coursework was transferred to another college or university.
5. Letters of recommendation: Acquire three letters of recommendation from academic sources. At least two letters should be requested from professors who are in a position to analyze your academic ability and potential for success in a rigorous graduate program.
6. Statement of Purpose: The Statement of Purpose is your opportunity to discuss your intent for pursuing a degree in this particular graduate program and how it aligns with your career objectives.
7. Personal History: The Personal History Statement is about your background, culture, economic and social experiences, and how those elements have led you to pursue a graduate degree.
8. Writing sample: The writing sample should be a final class paper submitted for a previous course on any topic. Not to exceed 30 pages.
GRE not required.
Master of Arts in Teaching
College description: The Orange County Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Consortium brings together a diverse group of mental health professionals to share information about important BBS regulatory issues and the trends for the MFT profession throughout the state and nation. Attendees commonly include the directors of mental health agencies running practicum programs, direct supervisors, and representatives from MFT graduate school programs, all of whom bring a unique perspective to the consortium based on their area of expertise.
Admission requirement to join the Online Psychology Master's Programs at the Pepperdine University are:
1. Online application.
2. Official transcripts.
3. Two letters of recommendation.
4. Statement of purpose.
5. Application fee.
6. International applicants must submit TOEFL scores if their native language is not English.
7. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution to be admitted into the program.
8. GRE scores are not required for Online Psychology Master's Programs at the Pepperdine University.
The application deadline to join for Online Psychology Master's Programs at the Pepperdine University in the Spring semseter is February 18.