Wright State University
2009-10
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Academic Policies and Graduate Degree Requirements

Post-MasterÍs Degrees

The Educational Specialist Degree

Wright State University offers a post-master's program in educational leadership which leads to an Ed.S. degree. This program was created for administrators and educational leaders who seek additional training and expertise.

Admission Requirements

Admission requirements include:

  1. Admission to the School of Graduate Studies
  2. Earned a masterÍs degree from a regionally accredited post-secondary institution
  3. Submission of 3 letters of recommendation
  4. Earned cumulative grade point average of 3.5 in masterÍs degree study
  5. Satisfactory scores on either the GRE or the MAT

An applied research thesis is required for completing the degree. Planning for the research project will begin in the research courses and will be implemented during the two years of the program. An oral defense of the findings will be presented to the thesis committee.


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