The Master of Education degree is offered to those who are interested in professional improvement through graduate study. Graduate programs are available in Counseling and Human Development, Reading Specialist Education, Gifted Education, Kinesiology, and Sport and Recreation. Applicants for the Master of Education degree must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
Admission criteria for Master of Education programs can be located in the Bulletin of Graduate and Professional Studies in the School of Education section.
A student who does not have adequate undergraduate preparation for the intended major will be required to complete appropriate leveling work.
All leveling and prerequisite work must be finished before completion of 12 semester hours of graduate work. All requirements for the Master's degree in Education must be completed withing five years from the semester of initial admission.