Apr 26, 2018
Admission Requirements for Masters in Elementary Administration and Supervision
Each applicant for admission, except the non-degree candidate, must file with the Hunter Center a complete dossier consisting of the following:
- Submit completed applications packet to the Hunter Center.
- A nonrefundable application fee must accompany the application.
- Submit supporting documents: Baccalaureate degree from an institution approved by a regional accrediting agency and a valid SC Teaching Certificate.
- Provide two professional letters of recommendation from current or former supervisors.
- Present a score of 290 (combined score on verbal and quantitative sections) on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or 343 on Miller Analogy Exam (MAT).
- Provide proof of GPA of at least 2.75 for the last two years of undergraduate study, and/or a GPA of 3.0 of graduate study (if applicable).
- Provide verification/proof of two years teaching experience.
- Submit official transcripts from ALL institutions where undergraduate and/or graduate courses have been taken. Official transcripts are those mailed from the school or college directly to the Hunter Center.
- Submit a writing sample with provided topic located in application packet.
- Complete a disposition belief survey located in application packet.
Master of Education in Educational Administration and Supervision
Benchmark 1: Entry to Master of Education in Administration and Supervision
- Complete the orientation with the Coordinator of Graduate Studies to review requirements for the Masters Program and outline the program of study, course sequence of study, prerequisites, benchmarks, potential transfer credits, and obtain copy of program handbook.
- Meet unit Competent Criterion on Dispositions Programmatic Rubric.
Benchmark 2: Completion of Term 1 - Initial Cohort Block
- Complete initial cohort block (EDUC 615 and EDUC 601) with a grade point average of 3.0. Transferred courses will not be included in the calculation of the grade point average.
- Candidates must be regularly accepted into the program by the end of Term 1.
Benchmark 3: Progression through Terms 2, 3, 4, and 5
- Earn an overall GPA of 3.0 on all courses (EDUC 630, EDUC 645, EDUC 608, EDUC 616, EDUC 632, EDUC 662, and EDUC 684).
- Meet unit Emerging Master Criterion on Dispositions Programmatic Rubric.
Benchmark 4: Completion of Program - Term 6
- Complete the capstone courses EDUC 682 and EDUC 683 with a “B” or better.
- Complete all degree requirements for the university.
- Earn a passing score on all required Praxis examinations.
- Meet unit Master Criterion on Dispositions Programmatic Rubric.