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“Using experience, research, and best practices, I assist in developing policies and procedures to identify student needs and provide Individualized Education Programs (IEP), as well as assist teachers in implementing these plans.”
-Mark A. Wade
Persons interested in pursuing a graduate program in education must meet the following requirements:
- Possess a Bachelor's Degree with an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Provide two letters of recommendation
- Complete an application to the University
Further graduate admissions information is given at the link on Marywood's home page. Details about the campus, open houses and visits, and financial information are given plus you can find your Admissions Counselor -- an expert who can guide you through the entire paperwork and process and handle any prior credit transfer requests!
A minimum of one-half of a student’s course work must be completed at Marywood University in order to receive a recommendation for PA certification. To qualify for a Master's Degree, a minimum of three-fourths of the program coursework must be completed at Marywood.
Completing the Program
Most graduate degree programs in education include a closure experience called a Professional Contribution (PC). Depending on the program, the PC may be a project, thesis, exhibit, portfolio, internship, applied research, or action research. Degree candidates work under the guidance of a faculty mentor and give a public presentation of their Professional Contribution.