Admission and Application Deadlines
Recommended: 6 months prior to beginning of term
Entry requirements vary by program.
Pass a standardized test
Sample of writing
Praxis II (Praxis II Specialty (Content Area) exams will serve as the entrance exam for the Middle Childhood, Multi-Age, and Adolescent to Young Adult initial licensure programs.
GRE for the Intervention Specialist programs(a combined score of 800 or more on the Quantitative and Verbal portion of the exam) or the Miller Analogy Test (a score of 30 or better) as the entrance exam.
All candidates for an initial licensure program (in any licensure area) must complete the college's application process concurrent with the School of Graduate Studies application. The college's initial teacher applications are found on the Office of Student Services Web site at www.cehs.wright.edu/ss/.
Candidates for M.Ed. programs leading to advanced study must have at least an initial teaching license. In Ohio, the provisional license is the initial license.
GRE or MAT if GPA is below 3.0
An undegraduate GPA of 2.7 or higher for regular admission.
Minimum TOEFL IBT - 79, Paper based - 550 or IELTS - 6.0 band.
Candidates for admission to certain programs in the Teacher Education Department must meet additional requirements, which include letters of reference, a personal interview, a writing sample, a self-assessment instrument, and Praxis II specialty area exams.
Adolescent and Young Adult
Early Childhood Education
Intervention Specialist/Special Education
Transition to Work Endorsement
Middle Childhood Education
Multi Aged Programs