Complete the form below to learn more about the benefits of our online graduate programs in education.
Mailed transcripts should be sent via the U.S. Postal Service to:
University of Kansas Graduate Admissions
1450 Jayhawk Blvd.
313 Strong Hall
Lawrence, KS 66045
Yes. Please have e-transcripts sent directly from the issuing university to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unofficial transcripts can be scanned and submitted during the application process for initial review. Official e-transcripts must be sent from the issuing institution and can be sent to email@example.com. If you’re unsure of how to upload the document, feel free to send it to your Admissions Advisor.
No. In this case, you only need to submit transcripts from the institution(s) that issued your degree(s) and where any masters-level courses taken should be prioritized.
You must follow the same application checklist as U.S. degree holders in the school’s primary language, and it must be translated into English. You can view the admissions checklist for each program here. In addition, you must submit TOEFL or IELTS scores. The university will complete an in-house evaluation of your application once all required documents and scores are submitted.
Your personal statement length depends on which program you are applying to. You can view the admissions checklist for each program here.
Most admissions decisions will be posted within 7-10 days of receiving a completed application.
Three professional and/or academic letters of recommendation are required from individuals who are well-qualified to judge your character, scholastic achievements and professional abilities. These individuals can be colleagues, immediate supervisors or former professors. If possible, we recommend at least one of the three letters come from an academic person.
For the educational administration master’s program, one of these three letters must come from your current supervisor, and one must come from a previous supervisor. For all other programs, only one of the three letters of recommendation must come from a current or previous supervisor.
The application deadline is firm, but exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis if absolutely necessary.
We manage these requests on a case-by-case basis. Please speak to your Admissions Advisor for more information.
The online program structure allows students more flexibility to take breaks than many on-ground M.S.E. programs, but not every course is offered every semester. This means that taking unplanned breaks can extend your timeline to complete the program. All necessary breaks can be discussed with your Student Success Coordinator, or sometimes even directly with your instructors who may be able to accommodate your request.
Students may take a leave of absence for up to one year and still stay active in the program.
You can begin your online application by clicking here and following the instructions.
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If you are having issues with our online application system, please contact your Admissions Advisor.
If you cannot find your school, attempt a different search, taking into consideration the following:
If you attended a school outside the U.S. or Canada, please follow this link and enter your school name and other information directly into the application.
Ensure that there are no special characters in the file name. Please adhere to the following suggestions when saving your files for upload:
If this does not resolve the issue, send the file directly to your Admissions Advisor.
Yes. You can manually save your application at any point during the online application process and return to it at a later time. You will need your username (email) and password to log back in and complete the application.
You can send a reminder to any recommender who has not responded to your request. Locate your application dashboard and click on “References”, then click on “Manage your recommendations.” From this screen, you can see the list of your recommenders and choose an action for each. Select "Send Reminder" from the drop-down menu next to the recommender you want to remind.
Our online graduate programs in education are part-time and generally require only 15-20 hours of work per week, including time spent with lectures, research, case studies and coursework.
Yes, our graduate programs are designed specifically with the goals of working professionals in mind. Students can log in, view lectures and assignments, and submit required classwork as their schedules allow.
You are required to complete two courses during each fall, spring and summer term, for a total of six (6) classes per year.