Master of Education admission requirements
Applicants to Master of Education programs at American College of Education must complete the following:
- Application form
- Enrollment agreement
- Official documentation of successful completion of an undergraduate degree or a post-baccalaureate degree (the last 60 hours attempted with a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 from a regionally-accredited institution)
Master of Education programs include the following:
Additional evidence may be required to fulfill program or state requirements. Additional evidence may include, but is not limited to, verification of professional experience, test scores, or an interview as required by the program or state agency.
Applicants whose overall grade point average, or grade point average in the last 60 hours attempted is below 2.5 will not be admitted.
Applicants for degree programs in Curriculum & Instruction and Educational Leadership must present documentation of a teaching license or school service personnel license (according to specific state requirements), or a school services certificate. If applicants to the Curriculum and Instruction or the Educational Leadership programs do not have a teaching certificate, they may document their teaching status by providing evidence of satisfactory teaching performance from the chief academic officer of the school at their current employment.
State specific requirements
Texas and Ohio: residents of Texas and Ohio applicants to the Master of Education in Educational Leadership program must:
- Be interviewed by the Department Chair
- Submit an Education Leadership essay
- Have their school district submit a sealed Teacher Service Record
All applicants must submit to the Admissions Office official, sealed college transcripts from each institution attended.
- Transcripts that are international and/or not in English must be evaluated through AACRAO or any evaluation agency credentialed through NACES.
- International applicants must request the course-by-course evaluation. The evaluation report must show that the non-U.S. education is equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree to be considered for admission.
Dual Degree Programs
The admission requirements for the Dual Degree programs are the same as listed above for other M.Ed. programs. See the Catalog.