Applicants for any of the student classifications must meet all of the requirements for admission to the graduate programs.
- Provide evidence of a baccalaureate or more advanced degree from a United States regionally accredited or equivalent postsecondary institution with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 scale for regular admission status. The cumulative grade point average is computed on the highest degree held at the time of application to the Edgewood College graduate program.
- Complete and submit graduate application (including $30 fee) to the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.
- Request that official transcripts for all undergraduate and graduate academic credits received from each post-secondary institutions that you have attended be sent directly to the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.
- Provide two letters of recommendation from college or university professors, supervisors and/or professional colleagues who can focus on the candidate’s probability of success in graduate school.
- Submit a written statement listing the reasons that you will be successful in graduate school: cite how specific background experiences will aid in your success as a student.
- Provide evidence of a WDPI initial educator, professional educator, or master educator license (or the equivalent).
- International students must contact the School of Graduate and Professional Studies for additional admission requirements.