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Program Admissions

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The Master of Education Online Program is flexible and offers year-round, open enrollment. Individuals seeking to admission into the program must provide the following: 

  • Baccalaureate Degree: Students must have a baccalaureate degree from an institution accredited by a regional accreditation agency (or equivalent).
  • Transcripts: All transcripts from higher education institutions attended must be sent to CSU-Pueblo.
  • Grade Point Average: Students must have a minumum 3.000 GPA. Conditional admission may be granted for candidates with lower cumulative GPAs upon recommendation by the Associate Dean or with a recent graduate GPA (at least 15 hours) is above 3.000.
  • Letter of Interest: Students must outline the reason(s) for applying to the M.Ed. program and how they expect to both benefit from and contribute to it.
  • Recommendation Forms: Two recommendation forms must be provided from individuals who can speak to potential success in graduate school. View Recommendation Form.
  • Teaching License: Conditional admission can be granted for candidates without a teaching license, but with significant teaching experience. Candidates must provide documentation of the quantity and quality of this experience.

International Students

For international students who did not complete an undergraduate degree at a United States institution and whose native language is not English, one of the following exam scores is required:

Exam Type Minimum Score
TOEFL* Paper-Based Exam 500
TOEFL* Computer-Based Exam 173
TOEFL* Internet-Based Exam (iBT) 61
Michigan Test of English Proficiency 80
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 5.5

*TOEFL stands for the Test of English as a Foreign Language

All students must fill out an application for CSU-Pueblo Online. All applications will be reviewed through the same admissions standards as CSU-Pueblo.

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