School of Education
Master of Arts in Education
Important Notice: Admission to the Master of Arts in Education is closed and will not accept new students after the summer of 2016. The School of Education is pleased to inform applicants, students and community partners that new Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Master of Arts in School Counseling and Guidance will be offered on both the Albert A. Sheen Campus on St. Croix and the St. Thomas Campus beginning in the Fall of 2016. Students interested in admission to the graduate programs are urged to meet with an academic advisor as soon as possible.
At the graduate level, the School of Education previously offered a Master of Arts Degree in Education with concentrations in Educational Leadership, Counseling and Guidance, and Teaching. A formal application for admission was submitted and a minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.5 and a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution was required. The program consisted of three basic areas: core courses which are required of all graduates; courses in the student’s concentration; and a thesis or non-thesis option. The minimum credit requirement was 36 hours. All requirements for the degree can be completed on either campus.
|Dean||Linda Thomas, Ph.D.|
|Associate Dean||Denis Griffith, Ed.D.|
|Administrative Specialist on the St. Thomas Campus||Janet King|
|Administrative Assistant on the Albert A. Sheen Campus||Estica Caesar|