Admittance to a School of Education graduate program requires successful completion of a bachelor's degree, with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA. Programs beyond the master's level may require additional academic experience. Individuals that do not meet the GPA requirement should contact the Coordinator of Graduate Admission for further information.
Students may be eligible to complete six to seven credit hours before being admitted to a program. Please contact the School of Education for more details.
Electronic copy of professional resume/curriculum vitae
Electronic copy of essay indicating why you wish to pursue the program, your personal and professional goals, and how the program will enhance your career (program requirements may differ)
Reference Contacts (additional information provided within online application) Individuals applying to an Endorsement-Only program are exempt from the recommendation requirement
Official transcripts from all previously attended colleges or universities. Official transcripts are prepared and sent by the institution in question and received by Drake University in a sealed envelope. Transcripts mailed directly to the student, must remain in the sealed envelope to be considered.
Official scores from one of the following exams. Individuals applying to an endorsement which consists of 12 credit hours or less are exempt from testing requirements. Doctoral Applicants must complete either the GRE or the MAT
In an announcement made by Senator Tom Harkin, the U.S. Department of Education Rehabilitation Long-Term Training program awarded Drake University a major grant to increase the number of individuals trained in providing all areas of rehabilitation services to people with disabilities.