The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
School of Education

Prospective Students

The GRE has been removed as a requirement for the following programs:

  • Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Educational Assessment
  • Add-on Licensure in Elementary Mathematics Education
  • Add-on Licensure in Reading Education
  • Master of Education Programs
    • Master of Education Elementary Education
    • Master of Education Elementary Mathematics Education
    • Master of Education Science Education
    • Master of Education Middle/Secondary English Language Arts
    • Master of Education Middle/Secondary Mathematics
    • Master of Education Middle/Secondary Science
    • Master of Education Middle/Secondary Social Studies
    • Master of Education Reading Education
    • Master of Education TESOL

For programs in the Department of Library and Information Studies:

The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) or the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is required for admission to the MLIS program unless the applicant has a 3.5 or above undergraduate Grade Point Average or holds a graduate degree from a regionally accredited college or university.  There is no entrance examination required for admission to the licensure-only or the post-baccalaureate programs offered by the LIS Department.

 

For more information, please contact SOEinfo@uncg.edu.


Bachelor’s

The School of Education offers programs in Elementary Education, Middle Grades Education, Professions in Deafness, and Special Education; and jointly directs, with departments in the College of Arts and Sciences, programs for teacher licensure in core academic subjects at the secondary level.

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Master’s

The UNCG School of Education provides leadership in the development of new programs, the advancement of knowledge, and the achievement of personal excellence through advanced degrees. Our master degrees are intensive programs for students who will engage and learn through research and practice.

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Doctoral

The UNCG School of Education provides leadership in the development of new programs, the advancement of knowledge, and the achievement of personal excellence through advanced degrees. Our doctoral degrees are intensive programs for students who will engage and learn through research and practice.

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