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Important Update

All M.Ed. and Ed.S. Summer 2022 courses will be offered entirely online rather than the normal online and on-campus hybrid style. Apply now before the May 15th deadline!

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Important Update

All M.Ed. and Ed.S. Summer 2022 courses will be offered entirely online rather than the normal online and on-campus hybrid style. Apply now before the May 15th deadline!

Master of Education

The MEd program extends opportunities to students who have busy work schedules and families. The courses in this program are offered in a hybrid format to offer a flexible learning environment and can be completed in 13 months.

Graduate Course Calendar 2022-23

Program Curriculum Sheets

Elementary Education

Middle Grades Language Arts

Middle Grades Mathematics

Special Education

Program Highlights

Georgia Southwestern's College of Education offers Georgia's leading graduate program in terms of cost, convenience, and speed of completion. Students can complete a degree in 13 months at a fraction of the cost of most graduate programs.

  • Affordable tuition costs:
    • M.Ed. Elementary Education - Approximate cost $9,280
    • M.Ed. Middle Grades Math - Approximate cost $9,960
    • M.Ed. Middle Grades Language Arts - Approximate cost $9,700
    • M.Ed. Special Education - Approximate cost $9,280
  • No GRE/GMAT scores required
  • Fully accredited programs
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Graduate Major

Master of Education

Graduate Admissions & Application Process
229-928-1273
graduateadmissions@gsw.edu

Dr. Rachel L. Abbott, Ph.D., CHES
229-931-2145
rachel.abbott@gsw.edu

Faculty & Staff

Graduate Student Experience

Graduate Education Student
Student Teacher

The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program provides grants up to $4,000 a year to graduate students in the process of completing or planning to complete a degree or courses necessary to begin a career in teaching.

Admission Requirements

Students wishing to apply to the College of Education graduate program at Georgia Southwestern State University must submit a completed admissions packet. Incomplete packets may not be reviewed for admissions. The complete admissions packet is comprised of the following:

  1. Graduate application for admission with $25.00 nonrefundable application fee
  2. Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended* with minimum of 2.75 undergraduate grade point average
    *Students who have graduated from Georgia Southwestern do not need to submit a GSW transcript or other transcripts previously received by GSW prior to college graduation. Students are encouraged to Check Your Admissions Status for transcripts needed.
  3. Two confidential Administrative Recommendation Forms, one from a Supervising Principal and one from another school administrator, Assistant Principal, Department Chair, Lead Teacher.
  4. Professional Profile (M.Ed. Only)
  5. Commitment Letter
  6. Copy of Professional Teaching Certificate or Eligibility for Induction
  7. Immunization form (before enrollment)
  8. Documentation of Lawful Presence (before enrollment, if applying for in-state tuition)

Candidates seeking a degree through graduate study must apply for regular admission. Individuals who already hold a master's degree must meet regular admissions requirements for a second master's degree.