Program Admissions | MAT in General Education

The earlier you submit your application, the better the possibility of acceptance. Because the College of Education reviews applications on a rolling basis, well-qualified applicants may be immediately admitted.

Required Documentation

  • A bachelor’s degree by the time you begin courses in the College of Education
  • Experience with children or youth, particularly in a school setting
  • College coursework as evidenced by official transcripts

Admissions Committee Considerations

  • GPA (at least 2.75 as an undergraduate or 3.00 in at least eight semester hours of graduate studies)
  • Breadth of coursework (math, science, writing, literature, history, cross-cultural subjects, music, and art) for early childhood and elementary applicants
  • Subject area knowledge for middle and high school applicants
  • Writing ability as demonstrated in an essay

Application Requirements

All applicants will need to submit and complete the GradCAS application. GradCAS will be available soon for 2024 enrollment. Please check back here.

Included within GradCAS:

  • TSPC Character Questionnaire
  • Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended
  • Contact information for two references
  • Resume including employment history, licenses and certifications (if appropriate), experiences with children/youth of the age you wish to teach, and education history (include degrees held)
  • $38 application fee to GradCAS

Contact Us

If you have questions at any time during the admissions process, please contact the College of Education Admissions Office. We look forward to assisting you!