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All students who apply for admission to graduate programs in the School of Education must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution. Students must also have an overall minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.00 scale for all undergraduate study, or a minimum 2.75 GPA on a 4.00 scale for the last sixty (60) hours of study, which may include no more than twelve (12) hours of graduate study. Students must provide an appropriate score on the general section of the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) or the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), and submit two letters of recommendation from persons qualified to evaluate their ability to pursue graduate study in education. Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics applicants must also take the subject areas rest of the GRE. Please refer to application procedures under Graduate Studies for additional requirements or to the appropriate department for additional information.

Graduate programs are available for educators holding an “A” level license in the following areas:

Services Degree Offerings
  • PRAXIS Learning Plus Lab
  • Computers in Education Lab
  • Professional Development Lab
  • Computer Writing Lab
  • Graduate Studies Research Lab
For additional information, contact:

Dr. Leontye Lewis, Dean
School of Education
Phone: 910-672-1265

  • Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)
  • Master Of School Administration (MSA)
  • Master’s Degree (M. Ed.) with a concentration in: 
    • Biology Education, 9-12
    • Elementary Education, K-6 
    • English Education, 9-12   
    • Mathematics Education, 9-12
    • Middle Grades Language Arts, 6-9
    • Middle Grades Mathematics, 6-9
    • Middle Grades Science, 6-9
    • Middle Grades Social Studies, 6-9 
    • Reading, K-12 
    • Sociology Education, 9-12 
    • Special Education, Behaviorally
    • Emotionally Disabled, K-12
    • Special Education, Learning Disabilities, K-12
    • Special Education, Mentally Disabled, K-12
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