Graduate Education Admissions

The Bagwell College of Education and Educator Preparation Providers (EPP) offer a variety of advanced graduate degrees and Non-Degree programs to meet the needs of our current and future teacher leaders! Our advanced degrees include Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT), Master of Education (MEd), Educational Specialist (Ed.S.), Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Endorsements, Certification Only and Certificate Renewal programs. Our programs are offered in a variety of formats, face-to-face, fully online and hybrid.

Graduate students in all degree and Non-Degree programs receive initial advisement through the Graduate Programs Office (GPO) located in the Bagwell College of Education. Upon admission, graduate students are advised by the program coordinator and/or advisor in their respective departments.

Appointments are not necessary for additional information, but if you would like to meet with the Admissions Coordinator, please schedule an appointment.

Advisement In-Person:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays Should be made 1 day in advance. Please contact our office at 470-KSU-6043 for an advisement appointment. We are located in Kennesaw Hall, 585 Cobb Avenue, Suite 1314. Click here for a campus maps.

Where to go on campus:
From the visitor parking lot, you will walk across the campus green (the big lawn) to Kennesaw Hall. Remember that Kennesaw Hall consists of Financial Aid and the Registrar’s Office at the round end (glass atrium). Please enter in this side of the building. Upon entering Kennesaw Hall, please walk past the Registrar's Office and Financial Aid and continue 1/2 way down the long corridor/hall and look for our sign Education Student Services. We are located in Suite 1314, which is half way down the long hall on your left.

Contact Information

Undergraduate Teacher Preparation Admissions
Deborah Robinson

Graduate Admissions
Melinda Ross