Applicants for graduate programs in the CoEHHP must meet the following specific criteria in addition to University admission policy criteria:
Note: Applicants already holding a master's degree are also exempted.
Applicants who are admitted on a provisional basis due to the absence of a test score or who provide a provisional test score at the point of application will matriculate with a restricted set of course options in the first 9-credit hours of study. Different M.Ed. concentrations and the M.A.T. may have different requirements for the first 9-credit hours depending on the program of study.
Continuation in a program of study for provisionally admitted students will be determined based on performance in the first 9-credit hours. Provisionally admitted students must hold a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 with no grade lower than “B” in any graduate course. Provisionally admitted students may not have a grade of “I” or “W” in the first 9-credit hours.
Provisionally admitted students must provide the required test score before the completion of the first term of matriculation (summer, spring, or fall) after provisional admission is approved.
Applicants for any certification program (M.Ed. or M.A.T.) must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher. This includes all transcripts from all previous degrees and matriculation. The provision for calculating the last 60-credit hours noted in General University Graduate Studies Admissions Requirements above do not apply to certificate programs.
All applicants admitted to a graduate program leading to certification are required to complete all field and clinical components in a West Virginia public school.
Note: M.A.T. content condition – Candidates applying to the M.A.T. program must have:
Applicants for the M.Ed. in Exercise Science, Fitness and Wellness may have to meet prerequisite course requirements as part of admissions.