Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

graduate education program admission requirements

Courses are open to any currently licensed classroom teacher or administrator. If you would like to begin taking courses, simply fill out the one-page graduate application and registration form and submit it with the $30 application fee to Huntington University's graduate school (check should be made out to Huntington University). This application fee is waived for Huntington University alumni. The Program is designed so that qualified candidates may enroll for any classes being offered, except the Field Based Research Project, prior to formal application for admission to the M.Ed. program.

Renew your license or earn a high-quality masters degree for much less than you'd pay at some other universities. The tuition for the Master of Education Program is comparable to or lower than for other graduate programs in the area.

Those wishing to make formal application to the M.Ed. degree program should note the admission criteria below and consult with Chermaine Washington about the necessary verifications. (cwashington@graudateprogram.org or 855-765-8729)

Those wishing to apply to the M.Ed. program with the TESOL concentration should consult with Shoshannah McKinney at its@huntington.edu.  

Admission Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree in education from a regionally accredited college/university - include official transcripts
     (Degree in education not required for TESOL/EL candidates.)
  • College GPA of 3.0
  • Current teaching license or proof of licensable status (not required for TESOL/EL candidates)
  • Evidence of two years successful teaching experience (e.g., evaluations) OR written essay on reasons for pursuing a Master's degree in education (2-3 pages)
  • Recommendations (2) from a teaching colleague; a school, district, or corporation administrator; or college/university faculty members

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