Frequently Asked Questions
How long are various programs?
Our Graduate Education Programs are cohort based. An outline of the different programs can be reviewed below:
- Ed.S. Education Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction
- M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
- Modified Certificate in Educational Leadership
- M.Ed. in Exceptional Student Education
Is Stetson University accredited?
- The Education graduate programs are proudly accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (S.A.C.S.). Also, the Educational Leadership and Modified Educational Leadership programs are also accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and the Florida Department of Education.
How selective are the Stetson graduate programs?
Our Stetson Education Graduate programs are extremely competitive. Our Graduate faculty review each applicant and make an informed decision of admittance based on all information received within the application received.
What if my undergraduate grades are low or my test scores do not meet the standards?
- The Graduate Committee, comprised of program faculty members, makes admittance decisions on all entering graduate students. They attempt to consider the whole person, including references, work experience, and background. Should your scores fall slightly short of our standards, you may still apply, and the committee will consider all factors in your application.