I Want To Give It A Try!
(Non-Degree Seeking Graduate Student)
I’m Ready To Work On A Master’s Degree
(Formally Apply to the Master of Science in Educational Technology
- Take a single course or complete a graduate certificate in one of the following areas:
- Educational Tech in the Classroom
- Instructional Design and Technology
- Digital Educator
- Take up to 10 credits as a non-degree seeking student before applying for admission as a degree seeking student.
- Complete the Application for Graduate Study to the College of Graduate Studies and Research as a non-degree seeking student. Make sure to check the box on the page of the application that indicates non-degree seeking status.
- You may apply for Fall, Spring, or Summer admissions.
- Information on application requirements is located at http://grad.mnsu.edu/applying/. Applications are accepted for any term, including summer sessions.
- Submit complete application files at least one month before the term of anticipated entry. (*International students should complete their files and applications three months before the term anticipated enrollment.)
- Submit the following to the College of Graduate Studies and Research:
- The online Application for Graduate Study.If you have any difficulties filling out the online application form, please email the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Verification of pending BS or BA degree from a regionally accredited college or university if BS or BA degree has not been completed is required.
- Two official transcripts listing undergraduate / graduate degree(s) should be sent directly from the degree granting institution(s) to the College of Graduate Studies and Research (including MSU students, undergraduates, faculty, and staff)
- Two letters of recommendation sent by your references directly to the KSP Department (by mail: MSET Coordinator, AH313, Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN 56001, or by email: email@example.com).
- Any additional information required for international students, if applicable.
- Attainment of a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in your undergraduate study is required.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help.
- The College of Graduate Studies and Research will forward your file to the Department of Educational Studies: K-12 and Secondary Programs for admission recommendation and assignment of an advisor.
- After admitted to the progronsult with your advisor to develop a plan of study as soon as possible (but prior to completing three courses). Email or mail the plan of study to your advisor. [PDF] Click here for the Plan of Study form. (121 KiB)
You must complete a minimum of 50% of all graduate credits at the 600 level, excluding thesis or APP credits and maintain a grade point average of "B" or above in all coursework. If you receive a “C” in any course, you will receive a letter warning you about your academic progress from the School of Graduate Studies and Research. You must complete your graduate program by the end of the sixth year following application.