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Master of Science in the School of Education

General Information

To be eligible for admission to the concurrent degree programs, matriculated students must complete at least one full-time semester of graduate-level coursework or the equivalent, and earn a 3.5 grade point average or better at ESF. Students who are interested in any of these programs must complete an application process through the ESF Office of Instruction and Graduate Studies within their first year of study.

Students will study with a faculty whose members are celebrated for their contributions to educational research and theory, their dedication to community service, and their extraordinary teaching abilities. You will be engaged in a program that encompasses the most effective traditional approaches while challenging the wisdom of conventional practices; assured opportunities for research, clinical practice, and internships designed to clarify relationships of theory and practice; and assured the assistance of a mentoring faculty to help you get the most out of all these experiences.

General information about the School of Education can be found here. Specific information about the Master of Science degree can be found here.