Application to the Educational Technology Program can be made after completion of at least the bachelor’s degree from a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting agency. The standard for admission will be based on a total profile for the applicant.
The successful applicant should have an undergraduate grade point average of at least 3.0, a score of 396 or better (or a score of 45 if taken prior to Fall 2004) on the Miller’s Analogies Test or minimum scores of 150 verbal reasoning and 141 quantitative reasoning on the Graduate Record Exam, a well-written letter of intent that matches the objectives of the program and includes a description of previous technology experience, and positive letters of recommendation from individuals who know the professional characteristics of the applicant. Any exceptions for students failing to meet these standards shall be referred to the Admissions Committee for review and final decision.
Students are accepted on a rolling basis, and prior to starting coursework, will need to be admitted for that term.