The Graduate School Advance to a Higher Degree

Education

Supported Degree Objectives


  • Master of Science in Education (MSED)
  • Master of Science (MS)
  • Graduate Certificate
  • Teacher License
  • Non Degree

Required Supporting Documents


  • Transcripts
  • Recommendation Letters
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Supplements (required for School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, and Human Services programs)
  • English Proficiency (Non-native English speaking international applicants: choose a test below)
    • TOEFL: Internet-Based Test (IBT): Minimum Overall Required Score: 80
      • Minimum section requirements:
        • Writing: 18
        • Speaking: 18
        • Listening: 14
        • Reading: 19
    • TOEFL: Paper-Delivered Test: Minimum Overall Required Score: No minimum
      • Minimum section requirements:
        • Reading: 19
        • Listening: 14
        • Writing: 18
    • IELTS (Academic Module): Minimum Overall Required Score: 6.5
      • Minimum section requirements:
        • Reading: 6.5
        • Listening: 6.0
        • Speaking: 6.0
        • Writing: 5.5
      • For more information, visit www.ielts.org. Have scores sent to Purdue University Northwest's Graduate Studies Office.
  • English Proficiency (Non-native English speaking international applicants)
    • TWE (Recommended)

Master's Degree Program Requirements


  • Cumulative Grade Point Average from most recently conferred undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree:
    • 3.0 or equivalent (A=4.0)

Application Deadlines


  • Fall Spring Summer
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Program Contact Information


  • Name Amanda Timm
    Phone 219-989-2326
    Email aaiton@pnw.edu
    Web Program Website
    Address School of Education and Counseling
    Purdue University Northwest
    2200 169th Street
    Hammond, IN 46323
    USA

Ernest C. Young Hall, Room 170 | 155  S. Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2114 | 765-494-2600

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