Program Details


Tên Trường

Charleston Southern University

Tên Chương trình học

Master of Education

Program Level

Graduate

Next Available Start Dates

24 thg 8, 2020 Choose

Mô tả chi tiết

Charleston Southern University is committed to providing quality preparation for administrators who will be challenged by the demands of the new century. Master of Education in Administration and Supervision candidates will participate in courses and practicum/intern activities which will enrich their perspectives and their understanding of the instructional, technological, interpersonal, political, legal, ethical and cultural matters of today’s schools. CSU offers the M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision degree at both the elementary and secondary levels. Successful completion of all program requirements leads to South Carolina certification as a principal and supervisor. Those already holding a master’s degree may pursue an individualized program of study for a master’s +30 and/or add certification as an elementary or secondary school administrator.

Application Requirements

We will require from you:

  • Application fee: Free
  • Proof of funds
  • Passport
  • Student visa

Eligibility Requirements

  • Resume
  • Copy of active teaching certification
  • Official transcripts from every university ever attended
  • Writing Sample
  • Disposition (Administration track only)
  • Official GRE or MAT scores (if requested by the program director)
  • Two letters of recommendation (letters must be written by the student's Principal, Assistant Principal, and/or Department Chair)
  • Cumulative GPA of at least a 2.75
  • Administrative and supervision applicants must have at least two years of teaching experience

Confirmed English proficiency is required and can be met in the following ways:

  • TOEFL: 71 iBT Code for Charleston Southern University is 5079
  • IELTS: 6.0
  • Pearson Test of English (Academic): 51
  • International Test of English Proficiency (iTEP): 3.7
  • Undergraduate Statistics course within the past 10 years (ADN-MSN applicants only)*