Master of Arts in Education: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
1. What education requirements do I need to have to apply to this program?
- National students must possess a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
- International students are required to submit certified transcripts, in English, including a calculated grade point average that has been evaluated by a credentials service such as the International Education Research Foundation (IERF) or World Education Services, Inc. These transcripts must show that the student possesses the equivalent of a Bachelor's degree or higher.
2. When is the application deadline?
- The Master of Arts in Education: Teaching English to Learners of Other Languages program strand offers admittance one time each year during the fall. Applications are reviewed as they are received and encourage applicants to apply well in advance of the posted deadlines.
Fall Priority Deadline – June 15th
3. How long does the program take to complete?
- The program is designed to be completed in one-year.
4. What is the required GPA?
- 3.0 is considered the minimum GPA to apply to this program.
5. On what days will I have to be in class?
- Class hours and days of the week may vary. Generally classes are conducted four evenings per week.
6. What is the maximum amount of time I can take to complete a program?
- 7 years
7. On what campus will I be taking my classes?
- This program is offered at the Irvine Graduate Campus only.