M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction: Post-Secondary Education Track Admission
Admission to the program requires applicants to complete an Application for Graduate Admission at Salisbury University – visit the Graduate Studies Office for details – and the following program-specific requirements:
- Submit a written description of the reasons for pursuing graduate study in education and a statement of career goals.
- Submit three recommendations in support of the application. Recommendations must be positive and support the ability of the individual to succeed in graduate study. Recommenders must be qualified persons in positions that allow them to judge the applicant’s academic potential, deportment and dispositions.
- Complete and submit a plan of study approved and signed by the student’s assigned advisor.
- Possess either an undergraduate cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or a previously completed master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning.
- Possess or be eligible for valid teaching licensure (not applicable to post-secondary applicants).
- Academic misconduct is a disqualifying condition. Academic misconduct is defined by the University and published by the provost in the Academic Misconduct Policy.