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Admissions Procedures

Admissions procedures for masters in reading program at Geneva College

To request an application call 724-847-6571,
e-mail reading@geneva.edu, or request by mail:
Master of Education
Geneva College
3200 College Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA 15010

All applicants must currently hold a certification in elementary, early childhood, or an area of secondary education (secondary certified applicants may be required to take some prerequisite courses to be admitted to the Reading Program).

Instructions for the application process:

  1. Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work. Transcripts must be sent by the registrar's office. Student copies and duplicated copies are not acceptable. (Send no Geneva College transcripts; these will be obtained by the Graduate Services Office with the student's written permission).
  2. Letters of recommendation from at least two people familiar with your academic or professional work. (Please use recommendation form).
  3. A resume describing past work experience.
  4. Copy of current certification in early childhood education, elementary education or an area of secondary education.

 

Tuition for the 2012-2013 Academic year:
Current tuition cost is $640 per credit or a class (3 credits) cost is $1,920.The degree is 36 credits.

Some need-based scholarships are available. Email Marina Frazier for details.

Upon acceptance into Geneva College's Master of Education in Reading, students will be required to meet with the Program Director. Accepted students may email reading@geneva.edu to make an appointment prior to their first class.







 

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