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GRADUATE ADMISSIONS

Students interested in attending Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer terms may do so at any time since Elmira College offers rolling admissions.

If you're unsure about a pursuing a Master's Degree in Education or General Management, consider applying for an Advanced Certificate, or non-degree graduate study so you can take classes for professional development or personal enrichment. The credits earned in these classes may be applied toward a Master's Degree if you decide to pursue a degree.

Admission Requirements for the MSED Programs and the MS in General Management Program

  • A completed bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.
  •  A minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 2.7 for the Master of Science in Management program and a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 for the Master of Science in Education: Adolescence Education, Master of Science in Education: Literacy, and Master of Science in Education: General Education programs. (Candidates possessing undergraduate GPAs below the required minimums may be considered for conditional admission by the Director of Graduate Studies on a case-by-case basis.)  
  • Completion of an approved content major, such as Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics, Social Studies/History, or a related field (MSED Adolescence Education candidates only).
  • New York State initial teacher certification or documentation evidencing that such certification is imminently forthcoming (MSED Literacy candidates only).

Required Materials include:

  • Completed application form.
  • Official transcripts from each college or university attended while earning a bachelor's degree.
  • Documentation of your initial teacher certification (MSED Literacy candidates only).
  • Two professional recommendations

APPLY ONLINE NOW

Choose the "EC Online Application" and apply online. Once you've successfully submitted your application and have been admitted to a program, be sure to apply for financial aid, even if you think you may not qualify. Visit our Paying for College page for additional information.