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1 Student Information Packet Thank you for your interest in Huntington University s off-campus Masters degree programs. We are pleased to bring our convenient, one-night-a-week graduate programs to your local area. A discounted tuition rate has been arranged for teachers, and space in each cohort is limited to 25 students. Once you submit your application and application fee (Steps 1 & 2 below), I will be able to hold your place in class until your application file is complete. This packet includes all of the information that you will need to complete your application to the graduate school. Read through this packet carefully, and be sure to contact me if you have any questions. My team and I are committed to guiding you through the application process. Choosing where to go to graduate school is an important step, and I want to help you in any way that I can. You can reach me by phone at (855) or by at graduateprogram.org. Note: Huntington University strictly limits class size to 25 students and accepts applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Complete steps 1 & 2 below to reserve your seat in this program. Apply online at for faster processing. 1 2 Application (Pages 3 & 4) Submit your application online or complete pages 3 & 4 and return by fax to $30 Application Fee (Page 5) Use our secure payment center to submit your application fee online or complete page 5 and return by fax to Once you have reserved your seat, turn to Page 2 or visit the online checklist to complete the remaining admission steps. Congratulations on your pursuit of a Masters degree with Huntington University! Sincerely, Chermaine Washington Graduate Information Office (855)

2 Application Checklist Once you have reserved your seat, please continue with the following steps to complete your admission file. Note: You will not be eligible for financial aid until your admission file is complete. Financial Aid & Payment Options (Pages 6 & 7) 3 Determine how you plan to pay for the program: Financial Aid or Pay-As-You-Go. If using Financial Aid, complete the FAFSA. For more information, see page 6. It is in your best interest to complete the financial aid process as early as possible. If using a Pay-As-You-Go plan, follow the instructions on Page 7. 4 Official Transcripts (Page 8) Arrange for official, sealed transcripts from all colleges or universities attended to be sent to Huntington University. If you need help, further instructions are listed on page 8. Graduate Admissions, ATTN: Sara Diehl Huntington University 2303 College Avenue Huntington, IN Recommendation Forms (Page 9) The easiest and fastest way to request a recommendation is to use our online system. This will allow us to reference forms directly to your recommenders on your behalf. If you prefer to use a traditional paper form, see page 9. Each applicant must submit two references. If you have been teaching for at least two years, submit one reference from a teaching colleague and one reference from a school, district, or corporation administrator. If you have less than two years teaching experience, submit two references from college or university faculty. Copy of Current Teaching License Submit a copy of your current teaching license using our online system. If you do not have a copy, you can create or log in to your LVIS (Licensing Verification and Information System) profile to download a copy of your Indiana teaching license online at If you prefer, you may also submit your license by , mail, or fax according to the instructions below. Note: Students in most M.Ed. programs are required to 1) have at least 2 years teaching experience prior to entering the program or 2) have earned a degree in education from a regionally accredited college/university within the past 5 years. It is possible to be admitted to the M.Ed. in TESOL program without fulfilling this requirement. If you cannot demonstrate evidence of two years of successful teaching experience, you will be required to submit an essay with your reasons for pursuing an M.Ed. with Huntington University. Completing your application steps online at will allow for more immediate processing of your application. If you choose to submit paper forms, all documents should be ed, faxed, or mailed to: Mail: Graduate Admissions, Huntington University Fax: College Avenue, Huntington, IN

3 Application for Graduate Admission Personal Information Title: First Name: Last Name: Do you have a middle name? Yes No If Yes, Middle Name: Maiden Name: Address: City: State: Zip: County: Country: Home Phone: Cell Phone: Social Security Number: Date of Birth: Birthplace City: Birthplace State: Gender: M F Marital Status: Divorced Married Separated Single Single Parent Widowed No Response United States Veteran? Yes No Ethnic Background: Hispanic or Latino? Yes No Ethnicity: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian Black or African-American Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander White-Caucasian Non-Resident - International Have you been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor offense? Yes No If so, please briefly explain the circumstances: Program and Start Date Semester: Fall 2014 Program: M.Ed. Elementary Reading M.Ed. Elementary Curriculum & Instruction M.Ed. TESOL M.Ed. Content Specific Areas for Middle School & High School: Middle School Math High School Math Middle School Social Studies High School Social Studies Middle School Science High School Chemistry Middle School Generalist* High School Generalist* *for alternative subjects such Middle School Language Arts High School English as P.E., Art, Music, or High School Biology foreign languages Location: Fort Wayne Anderson North Indianapolis South Bend 3

4 Educational Background: Off-Campus Masters Programs Application for Graduate Admission (page 2) Have you applied to the Huntington University Graduate School before? Yes No List all colleges and universities attended, starting with most recent first. Provide official transcripts for all institutions you have attended. Dates Attended Institution Location Degree When Received Work Experience: How many years of teaching experience do you have? Please note, if you do not have two years of teaching experience you may be required to provide a written essay on reasons for pursuing a Master s degree in education. Terms, Registration Agreement and Signature As part of the cohort program, I understand that I will be registered for the entire cohort and remain registered unless written notification is submitted to the Registrar s Office and the School of Education before the beginning of each course. I acknowledge that I am financially responsible for all charges in the event of withdrawal from classes, as outlined in Huntington University s current tuition refund policy. Huntington University strives to create and promote an atmosphere which will encourage the student to develop the highest attainable level of maturity within the framework of an evangelical Christian faith. The primary obligation of all students is to live as a responsible member of a Christian community, seeking to live up to their own ideals as they grow personally, morally, and spiritually. The Christian life is primarily positive rather than negative; creative, loving service to others is far more important than adherence to a list of detailed prohibitions. Huntington University has historically sought to create an alcohol and smoke-free environment. We therefore ask adult graduate students to respect this tradition by refraining from alcohol and tobacco use as they participate in Huntington University learning experiences. 1. I certify that all answers are true. 2. I agree to comply with the policies, rules, and regulations of Huntington University. 3. If I was a student at Huntington University, I hereby request and authorize a release of my transcripts to the Graduate School at Huntington University. 4. I authorize Huntington University to use my image in promotional materials and advertisements. Applicant Signature Signature: Date: The fastest and easiest way to submit this form is online. If you choose to submit a paper form, please fax or mail to: Mail: Graduate Admissions, ATTN: Sara Diehl Fax: Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN

5 Application Fee Payment Form In order to reserve a seat in a cohort program, please submit this Application Fee Payment Form and your Graduate Application for Admission (Pages 3 & 4) by fax to (800) , by mail to Graduate Admissions, Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750, or online at To pay application fee by credit card online: Go online to and click the Application Fee. button. Note: Transaction will appear on your credit card statement as a charge from the K-12 Teachers Alliance. To pay application fee by credit card using this form or by phone: Complete this section only to pay your $30 non-refundable application fee. If you prefer, contact the Graduate Information Office at (888) to make your payment by credit card via phone. Note: Transaction will appear on your credit card statement as a charge from the K-12 Teachers Alliance. Student Name: Name on Card: Cardholder Address: Street City State Zip Card Type: Visa MasterCard Discover American Express 3 Digit Security Code: (found on back of card) Card Number: Expiration Date: Cardholder Signature: Today s Date: To pay application fee by personal check: Complete this section only to pay your $30 non-refundable application fee. Please make checks payable to Huntington University and mail your check to the Graduate Admissions, Huntington University, ATTN: Sara Diehl, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN Student Name: I will be sending my application fee by check on (date): Student Signature: Today s Date: The fastest and easiest way to submit this form is online. If you choose to submit a paper form, please fax or mail to: Mail: Graduate Admissions Fax: Huntington University ATTN: Sara Diehl 2303 College Avenue Huntington, IN

6 How Off-Campus Do I Pay for Masters Graduate Programs School? Applying for Financial Aid Complete all steps below to apply for financial aid. Note: There are financial aid options that are not based on need. Most students in the off-campus programs use financial aid to pay for the program. We recommend that you complete these steps as soon as possible to make sure that your payment arrangements are in order by the first night of class. Please note: Students who are not enrolled in a degree program will not be eligible for financial aid. For assistance, please contact the Financial Aid Office at (800) How to Apply for Financial Aid: Step 1: Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at You will need your 2013 Federal Tax Return, your federal PIN number ( and Huntington University s School Code (001803). Graduate students are considered independent for financial aid purposes. Step 2: Review your Student Aid Report (SAR) for accuracy. You will receive this form 7-10 days after the FAFSA is submitted. If there are any errors on your SAR, log back into your FAFSA to make corrections. Step 3: You will receive your financial aid award letter from Huntington once you have been academically accepted. This lists the financial aid that you qualify for. If you wish to decline all or a portion of the award, notify the Financial Aid Office in writing. Be sure to contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions about your award. Step 4: Complete Loan Entrance Counseling and the Master Promissory Note. Entrance Counseling is only required for first time Federal Direct Loan borrowers; all borrowers must complete a Master Promissory Note. Both can be completed at (you will need your PIN from Step 1). Federal Loan Requirements To be eligible to borrow funds under the Federal Stafford Loan Program, you must: 1) File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) 2) Be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident 3) Not be in default on prior educational loans 4) Be enrolled at least half-time in a degree-seeking course of study 5) Maintain satisfactory academic progress Questions? Call the Financial Aid Office at (800) The Federal (Title I) Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program: If you and your school qualify, this program may provide loan forgiveness for eligible Federal Stafford Loans. This is a separate program requiring separate forms and processes. The U.S. Department of Education will determine your eligibility for this program; Huntington University is not responsible to verify your eligibility for this program. Please do not base your enrollment on this program, as it can be difficult to ensure qualification for government programs which are subject to reform and funding changes. You must call FED-AID to verify your eligibility or visit for an application. 6

7 How Off-Campus Do I Pay for Masters Graduate Programs School? Enrolling in a Pay-As-You-Go Payment Plan Huntington University offers Pay-As-You-Go payment plans through Tuition Management Systems (TMS) A payment plan allows you to make monthly payments, interest free, in order to spread your tuition payments over a period of several months. How to Enroll in a Payment Plan: Step 1: Visit the TMS website at to enroll in a payment plan. In the Payment Plans box, select School Year and Huntington University from the drop-down menu provided. Click Enroll. Step 2: Select a Payment Plan. Students enrolling in the Fall term will have the option to break their tuition bill for the first year of coursework into 10 monthly payments. This payment plan begins July 10th. The final date to enroll in the TMS payment plan is August 10th. Step 3: Submit your Online Enrollment Form with Electronic Signature. When your online form is submitted, you will receive a confirmation confirming that your request has been sent to the Business Office. To complete your enrollment in the payment plan, you will make your first payment, including a payment plan enrollment fee of $55. Step 4: Make payments according to your chosen Payment Plan. Make tuition payment plan payments online at via electronic debit from your checking or savings account, and by credit card. If you cannot make a payment electronically, you can mail a check directly to TMS, but be sure to mail your payments at least 15 days prior to your due date to avoid a late fee. Questions? Contact the Business Office at (260) or by at You may also contact TMS directly at (800) Important notes: We will work with students who receive tuition reimbursement from their employers. Contact the Business Office at (260) or for more details. If you are using financial aid to pay for tuition, you must be enrolled and fully admitted to the program of your choice before your student loan funds can be released. You may be required to make payments until your financial aid funds are released. 7

8 How to Request Official Transcripts Huntington University requires official transcripts from all previously attended colleges and universities before a student can be approved as a candidate for graduate study or for a Masters degree. If you have copies of your transcripts available, they can be submitted as unofficial transcripts to expedite the admission process; however, official, sealed transcripts are required in order to be fully admitted to Huntington University. Follow the steps below to request transcripts from every school that you have attended: To Order Transcripts: There are multiple ways to request transcripts, and each college or university will have its own process. Typically, the easiest way to order official transcripts is: 1) Contact the Registrar s office at your previously attended school, either by phone, , or through your university s website. 2) Submit a transcript request following that school s procedures. Most colleges and universities require a signature or other official request in writing. Many schools have a Transcript Request Form available to download on the Registrar s website. Some will allow you to order transcripts online. Note: Many colleges and universities charge a small fee for official transcripts. Be sure to enclose your fee with your transcript request to avoid a delay in processing. 3) It can often take several days for a transcript request to be processed. When your transcripts are received, the Graduate Information Office will contact you, but if you have not received confirmation within 14 days, please contact us at (855) Please have all official transcripts sent to: Graduate Admissions Huntington University 2303 College Avenue Huntington, IN Remember: An admission decision cannot be made until all transcripts are received. 8

9 Two Recommendation Forms To the Applicant: Please complete the top portion of this form and submit it to your chosen recommender. Each applicant must submit two references. If you have been teaching for at least two years, submit one reference from a teaching colleague and one reference from a school, district, or corporation administrator. If you have less than two years teaching experience, submit two references from college or university faculty. Please have this form returned to the Graduate Information Office by to by fax to , or by mail to the Graduate Admissions, Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN Applicant Name: Address: Phone: The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and its amendments guarantee students access to certain academic records. Students may, however, waive their right of access to recommendations. The applicant s choice regarding this recommendation is to be indicated below. Failure to sign will constitute acceptance of limited access. We encourage candidates to waive their rights to ensure that the respondent s assessment is honest and accurate. I do waive my rights to inspect the contents of the following recommendation. I do not waive my rights to inspect the contents of the following recommendation. Applicant s Signature: Date: To the Recommender: The person named above is applying for admission for the Graduate Program at Huntington University. Please indicate ( ) the applicant s ability and professional competence in comparison with other individuals whom you have known at similar stages in their careers. Abilities and Competencies General Knowledge of Education Field Interactions with Others Ability to Work in a Group Problem Solving Skills Critical Thinking Skills Personal Responsibility Ethical Conduct Oral Communication Skills Written Communication Skills Leadership Skills Motivation and Initiative Outstanding Top 10% Very Good Upper 25% Average Below Average Inadequate Opportunity to Observe How long have you known the applicant? In what capacity? Please indicate your overall endorsement of the applicant for graduate studies: Recommend highly Recommend Recommend with reservation (please explain) Additional Comments: Printed Name: Phone: Position and/or Title: Institution: Address, City, State, Zip: Signature: Date: 9

10 M.Ed. Programs for Elementary School Teachers For: Experienced, certified elementary school teachers with a desire to become leaders and mentors who are critical thinkers and reflective decision-makers in their schools. Program Options: Choose either an M.Ed. in Elementary Reading Instruction or an M.Ed. in Elementary Curriculum & Instruction. A K-12 M.Ed. in TESOL Education is also available, see page 13. What you learn: The masters program is aligned with the conceptual framework of the teacher education program that views the teacher as an effective steward or manager of knowledge, learner development, environment, and instruction. Stewards of Knowledge: The goal of the graduate program is to provide candidates with the opportunity to deepen their professional knowledge so that they are able to manage effectively the challenges of teaching, and are able to serve as role models and mentors of knowledge to colleagues Stewards of Learner Development: By increasing their awareness and understanding of learner development, candidates in the graduate program will enhance their ability to adapt to the needs of learners. Stewards of Classroom Environment: Graduate candidates are keenly aware of the crucial impact of environmental influences on learner performance and are equipping themselves to be effective practitioners, providing a learning environment that maximizes learning for all students. Stewards of Instruction: Teachers have a responsibility to the various disciplines to teach those disciplines with integrity and thoroughness. Teaching requires relating content from varied disciplines to the concepts under study and to the experiences of pupils. How you learn: This is a hybrid cohort program. Courses will meet 3 nights per 7 week term, from 4:45 to 7:45, the same night of the week for the entire program. These class meetings will be supplemented by additional online activities which may include assignments, materials, discussion threads, assessments and/or group activities done electronically outside of class. Following this schedule, you will complete the program in approximately 2 years. Career Outcomes: Upon completion of this program students will have earned a Master of Education degree in Elementary Curriculum & Instruction, or a Master of Education degree in Elementary Reading. Degree Requirements: Master of Education Core ED 599 Action Research Methods 3 ED 525 Differentiated Instruction for the Inclusive and Diverse Classroom 3 ED 520 Classroom Management 3 ED 577 Integration of Technology in the Classroom 3 Elementary Reading Instruction Concentration ED 621 Current Issues in Elementary Reading Education 3 ED 622 Theory & Pedagogy in Elementary Reading Education 3 ED 623 Critical Readings in Elementary Reading Education 3 ED 624 Curriculum Design & Content Standards in Elem. Reading 3 ED 625 Field Based Research Project in Elem. Reading Education 8 Total Credits 32 Elementary Curriculum & Instruction Concentration ED 611 Current Issues in Elementary Education 3 ED 612 Theory & Pedagogy in Elementary Content 3 ED 613 Critical Readings in Elementary Education 3 ED 614 Curriculum Design & Content Standards in Elementary 3 ED 615 Field Based Research Project in Elem. Education 8 Total Credits 32 Note: This course outline is tentative and is subject to change. Courses may be offered in a different order than outlined above. 10

11 M.Ed. Programs for Middle School Teachers For: Experienced, certified middle school teachers with a desire to become leaders and mentors who are critical thinkers and reflective decision-makers in their schools. Program Options: Choose to earn an M.Ed. in Early Adolescent Math, Early Adolescent Science, Early Adolescent Social Studies, Early Adolescent Language Arts, and Early Adolescent Generalist (for teachers of non-traditional subjects such as P.E. Art, Music or foreign languages). A K-12 M.Ed. in TESOL Education is also available, see page 13. What you learn: The masters program is aligned with the conceptual framework of the teacher education program that views the teacher as an effective steward or manager of knowledge, learner development, environment, and instruction with a focus on education at the middle school level. Stewards of Knowledge: The goal of the graduate program is to provide candidates with the opportunity to deepen their professional knowledge so that they are able to manage effectively the challenges of teaching, and are able to serve as role models and mentors of knowledge to colleagues Stewards of Learner Development: By increasing their awareness and understanding of learner development, candidates in the graduate program will enhance their ability to adapt to the needs of learners. Stewards of Classroom Environment: Graduate candidates are keenly aware of the crucial impact of environmental influences on learner performance and are equipping themselves to be effective practitioners, providing a learning environment that maximizes learning for all students. Stewards of Instruction: Teachers have a responsibility to the various disciplines to teach those disciplines with integrity and thoroughness. Teaching requires relating content from varied disciplines to the concepts under study and to the experiences of pupils. How you learn: This is a hybrid cohort program. Courses will meet 3 nights per 7 week term, from 4:45 to 7:45, the same night of the week for the entire program. These class meetings will be supplemented by additional online activities which may include assignments, materials, discussion threads, assessments and/or group activities done electronically outside of class. Following this schedule, you will complete the program in approximately 2 years. Career Outcomes: Upon completion of this program students will have earned a Master of Education degree in Early Adolescent Math, Early Adolescent Science, Early Adolescent Social Studies, Early Adolescent Language Arts, or Early Adolescent Generalist Education. Degree Requirements: ED 599 Action Research Methods 3 ED 525 Differentiated Instruction for the Inclusive and Diverse Classroom 3 ED 520 Classroom Management 3 ED 631 Current Issues in the Content Area 3 ED 632 Theory & Pedagogy in the Content Area 3 ED 633 Critical Readings in the Content Area 3 ED 634 Curriculum Design in the Content Area 3 ED 577 Integration of Technology in the Classroom 3 ED 635 Field-Based Research Project in the Content Area 8 Total Hours 32 Note: This course outline is tentative and is subject to change. Courses may be offered in a different order than outlined above. 11

12 M.Ed. Programs for High School Teachers For: Experienced, certified high school teachers with a desire to become leaders and mentors who are critical thinkers and reflective decision-makers in their schools. Program Options: Choose to earn an M.Ed. in Adolescent & Young Adult Biology, Adolescent & Young Adult Chemistry, Adolescent & Young Adult Social Studies, Adolescent & Young Adult English, Adolescent & Young Adult Math, Adolescent & Young Adult Generalist (for teachers of non-traditional subjects such as P.E. Art, Music or foreign languages). A K-12 M.Ed. in TESOL Education is also available, see page 13. What you learn: The masters program is aligned with the conceptual framework of the teacher education program that views the teacher as an effective steward or manager of knowledge, learner development, environment, and instruction with a focus on education at the high school level. Stewards of Knowledge: The goal of the graduate program is to provide candidates with the opportunity to deepen their professional knowledge so that they are able to manage effectively the challenges of teaching, and are able to serve as role models and mentors of knowledge to colleagues Stewards of Learner Development: By increasing their awareness and understanding of learner development, candidates in the graduate program will enhance their ability to adapt to the needs of learners. Stewards of Classroom Environment: Graduate candidates are keenly aware of the crucial impact of environmental influences on learner performance and are equipping themselves to be effective practitioners, providing a learning environment that maximizes learning for all students. Stewards of Instruction: Teachers have a responsibility to the various disciplines to teach those disciplines with integrity and thoroughness. Teaching requires relating content from varied disciplines to the concepts under study and to the experiences of pupils. How you learn: This is a hybrid cohort program. Courses will meet 3 nights per 7 week term, from 4:45 to 7:45, the same night of the week for the entire program. These class meetings will be supplemented by additional online activities which may include assignments, materials, discussion threads, assessments and/or group activities done electronically outside of class. Following this schedule, you will complete the program in approximately 2 years. Career Outcomes: Upon completion of this program students will have earned a Master of Education degree with a concentration in Adolescent & Young Adult Biology, Adolescent & Young Adult Chemistry, Adolescent & Young Adult Social Studies, Adolescent & Young Adult English, Adolescent & Young Adult Math, or Adolescent & Young Adult Generalist Education. Degree Requirements: ED 599 Action Research Methods 3 ED 525 Differentiated Instruction for the Inclusive and Diverse Classroom 3 ED 520 Classroom Management 3 ED 631 Current Issues in the Content Area 3 ED 632 Theory & Pedagogy in the Content Area 3 ED 633 Critical Readings in the Content Area 3 ED 634 Curriculum Design in the Content Area 3 ED 577 Integration of Technology in the Classroom 3 ED 635 Field-Based Research Project in the Content Area 8 Total Hours 32 Note: This course outline is tentative and is subject to change. Courses may be offered in a different order than outlined above. 12

13 M.Ed. in TESOL Education w/el Endorsement For: Individuals who wish to expand their knowledge, ability and effectiveness in the teaching of English to speakers of other languages. Certified teachers may be eligible to add the K-12 EL Certification to their Indiana license. What you learn: The masters program is aligned with the conceptual framework of the teacher education program that views the teacher as an effective steward or manager of knowledge, learner development, environment, and instruction with a focus on education at the high school level. Stewards of Knowledge: The goal of the graduate program is to provide candidates with the opportunity to deepen their professional knowledge so that they are able to manage effectively the challenges of teaching, and are able to serve as role models and mentors of knowledge to colleagues Stewards of Learner Development: By increasing their awareness and understanding of learner development, candidates in the graduate program will enhance their ability to adapt to the needs of learners. Stewards of Classroom Environment: Graduate candidates are keenly aware of the crucial impact of environmental influences on learner performance and are equipping themselves to be effective practitioners, providing a learning environment that maximizes learning for all students. Stewards of Instruction: Teachers have a responsibility to the various disciplines to teach those disciplines with integrity and thoroughness. Teaching requires relating content from varied disciplines to the concepts under study and to the experiences of pupils. How you learn: This is a hybrid cohort program. Courses will meet 3 nights per 7 week term, from 4:45 to 7:45, the same night of the week for the entire program. These class meetings will be supplemented by additional online activities which may include assignments, materials, discussion threads, assessments and/or group activities done electronically outside of class. Following this schedule, you will complete the program in approximately 2 years. Career Outcomes: Upon completion of this program students will have earned a Master of Education degree in TESOL Education. Those entering the program as certified teachers may also be eligible to add the K-12 EL Certification to their Indiana license. Degree Requirements: TE 533 Foundations of TESOL/ELs 3 TE 534 Instructional Methods for TESOL/ELs: Listening and Speaking 3 TE 535 Instructional Methods for TESOL/ELs: Reading and Writing 3 CO 522 Intercultural Communication 3 ED 599 Theory & Pedagogy in the Content Area 3 ED 651 Current Issues in TESOL Education or 3 ED 653 Critical Readings in TESOL Education ED 652 Theory and Pedagogy in TESOL Instruction 3 ED 654 Curriculum Design and Content Standards in TESOL Education 3 ED 655 Field-Based Research Project in TESOL Education 8 Total Hours 32 Note: This course outline is tentative and is subject to change. Courses may be offered in a different order than outlined above. 13

14 Tentative Cohort Schedule Please see the grid below for tentative off-campus cohort class dates for all cohorts beginning in Fall All dates are tentative and subject to change; this page is for illustrative purposes only. This calendar does not take into account site closings due to holidays or weather. Session Class Meets During the Weeks of: Fall I 2014 August 25 - October 13, 2014 Fall II 2014 October 20 - December 8, 2014 Spring I 2015 January 12 - March 3, 2015 Spring II 2015 March 9 - May 4, 2015 Summer I 2015 May 12 - June 29, 2015 Fall I 2015 August 24 - October 12, 2015 Fall II 2015 October 19 - December 7, 2015 Spring I 2016 January 11 - March 2, 2016 Spring II 2016 March 8 - May 3, 2016 Summer I 2016 May 11 - June 28,

15 Important Information About Huntington University Huntington University is located in the northern part of Huntington, Indiana, a community of nearly 17,500. The city is situated on the banks of the Wabash River. Its healthful climate, beautiful scenery, splendid commercial location, fine churches and quality school system make Huntington an excellent college town. As a Christian university, Huntington is committed to developing the whole person, assisting students to understand all areas of human knowledge from the perspective of a Christian worldview and preparing them to impact their world for Christ. The University welcomes students of all faiths who understand the objectives of the University and are willing to abide by its regulations. Admissions Requirements The Master of Education program is designed primarily for classroom teachers who have demonstrated themselves to be competent, effective teachers as indicated by the criteria for admission below. Admission criteria: bachelor s degree in education from a regionally accredited college/university include transcripts (Degree in education not required for TESOL candidates); college GPA of 3.0; current teaching license or proof of licensable status (not required for TESOL candidates); evidence of two years successful teaching experience (e.g., evaluations) OR written essay on reasons for pursuing a Master s degree in education (2-3 pages); and recommendations (2) from a teaching colleague; a school, district, or corporation administrator; or college/university faculty members. Transfer Credits A maximum of six semester hours of graduate credit earned at other approved institutions may be accepted for transfer to Huntington University provided the credit has been completed within the six-year period established for the completion of all degree requirements. Acceptance of transfer credit either before or subsequent to admission to Huntington must have written approval by the director of the Graduate School. Work with a grade lower than a B will not be accepted. Cohort Information Although our off-campus programs are scheduled to meet one night per week at the same time and location, we reserve the right to change meeting times and/or locations due to any extenuating circumstances. These programs are dependent on a minimum class of 10 and class size is limited to a maximum of 25 students. Huntington University Tuition Guarantee The tuition rate for students beginning in Spring 2014 is $395 per credit hour and is guaranteed to students provided that they remain continuously enrolled in the program. A student is considered continuously enrolled provided that the student does not miss more than two courses (one semester) in their cohort sequence. Important Contacts Graduate Information Office Chermaine Washington (855) Admissions Office Sara Diehl (260) Financial Aid Office Robert Sommers (800) Billing Office Kristina Wust (260) School of Education Dr. Steve Holtrop (260) Rev. 05/13/14

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