The deadline for admissions for the fall semester is January 15 of the same year. Applicants should ensure that all of the required materials are submitted by that date.
Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree
Official transcript of all undergraduate and graduate study
Professional or academic writing sample recommended
3 letters of recommendation
Disability related experience preferred
GRE is optional (not required)
International students: TOEFL or IELTS scores
Interview required. Telephone interview accepted.
Graduate Assistantships in the Department of Teaching & Leadership are highly competitive, and designed to provide graduate students with opportunities to work closely with faculty, including co-designing and co-teaching new courses, engaging in particular lines of scholarly inquiry, and working together to support student learning. Graduate Assistants are selected based on the qualifications represented in an applicant’s curriculum vitae (CV), and on the match between the assistantship needs of the department and the applicant’s qualifications. Masters and doctoral students are encouraged to apply by January 15 each year, though doctoral students are the primary recipients of graduate assistantship funding. Please contact Jeanne Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Research Assistantships are also available through faculty grants.