The program incorporates the study of curriculum development and integrates assessment and evaluation, instructional leadership, effective classroom instruction for a variety of learners, and critical issues within the field of education.
Admission to the program is open to qualified applicants with a baccalaureate degree or to qualified applicants who have completed the graduate certificate in Teacher Licensure Preparation. It is recommended that applicants to the program have a strong foundational knowledge in K-12 education demonstrated by possessing a valid teaching license or K-12 classroom teaching experience.
- Advanced Educational Psychology
- Assessment and Evaluation in Education
- Differentiated Instruction
- Issues, Ethics and Policy in Education
- Curriculum Development
- Instructional Leadership
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
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- Pick an application and term in the grid and submit the appropriate online application with your fee ($35 undergraduate, $50 graduate)
- Have original transcripts for ALL college-level work sent to the School. You may use the Transcript Request Form for non-UR transcripts
- Make arrangements to submit required supporting materials. Requirements vary by program and are detailed in the online application
- English Proficiency
- Transcript and Mark Sheet Evaluation
- The University of Richmond Office of International Education handles the process of procuring student visas. Student visas will be issued only AFTER an applicant has been admitted to a degree program
International1240 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 620 USD per semester and a duration of .
National1240 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 620 USD per semester and a duration of .
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