Admission to the master’s program in early childhood education is a two-step process. Each applicant must first apply to and meet the general admission requirements of the Toulouse Graduate School at UNT.
Then, applications for students who meet initial admission standards are forwarded to the Early Childhood Education Admissions Committee for review and final decision. Final acceptance into the master’s program is contingent upon the following:
GRE or GMAT scores submitted to the Toulouse Graduate School. Standardized test results will be considered in combination with other indicators and need not exclude a candidate who otherwise demonstrates strengths that would facilitate master’s study.
Three satisfactory letters of reference from professionals who address the applicant’s ability to successfully pursue graduate study.
An application letter explaining the purpose for undertaking graduate study at UNT, including professional plans or career goals and a discussion of professional interests.
A resume detailing professional experience.
All MS students in early childhood education are required to complete the following.
The MS with a major in early childhood education is a non-thesis accelerated master’s program that culminates with the successful completion of a comprehensive examination taken during the student’s final semester of course work.