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Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction Admission

How to Apply


Step 1: Apply to WSU

Admission to Weber State University is required prior to acceptance into the Master of Education program. You may register for elective graduate-level courses before admission into the program.

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A maximum of 9 semester hours or 12 quarter hours of previous graduate courses can be accepted into the program and must be approved by the program director. Pre-admission credits are subject to the currency rule: At the time of completion of your degree, no credits may be older than 6 years.


We will not be accepting applications for Summer Semester 2019.

The January 15th deadline date will not be applicable for the 2019.


Step 2: Send Transcripts

You must request official transcripts from every institution you have attended to verify degree(s) and coursework. At least one transcript should verify an obtained bachelor's degree.

Each institution should mail the transcript directly to the Master of Education office:

Master of Education Program
Weber State University
1351 Edvalson St., Dept. 1306
Ogden Utah 84408-1306

Alternately, you may deliver an official transcript bearing a registrar’s seal and unbroken seal to our office. A transcript marked "issued to student" is not official. If an institution was attended under a different name, please note the name change on the transcript request form and application.

If you graduated from WSU, you must send the WSU Records Office a written request that your official transcript be sent to the Master of Education office.


Step 3: Application and References


You must submit the online application by the following deadlines:

  • Jan. 15 for summer semester (not applicable for summer of 2019)
  • May 15 for fall semester
  • Sept. 15 for spring semester

The $60 application fee is non-refundable and subject to change.

Master of Education Program Application


When completing the online application, you must provide email addresses of 3 people who have had the opportunity to observe your teaching and would be willing to fill out recommendation forms for you.

Please verify all email addresses are accurate.

At least one of your references should be someone in a supervisory position who can verify that you completed 1 year, full-time, post-baccalaureate, professional teaching. If you have not been a teacher, you must provide the names and email addresses of 3 people who know your potential as a teacher and are willing to recommend you.

Recommendations may not be from relatives.


Step 4: Interview, Proficiency Assessments and Orientation

After your application is submitted and your transcripts, recommendations and required test scores are received by the Master of Education office, you will be advised by telephone to schedule a writing proficiency assessment, technology skills proficiency assessment and an interview.

Interviews will be scheduled shortly after each deadline.

Each assessment will help us to gauge your potential success as a graduate student.

Successful completion of each of assessment is necessary for admittance into the Master of Education program.

Assessment & Interview Details

Following the application and interview, students accepted into the program must attend a mandatory orientation session. Contact our administrative assistant Melinda Bowers at if you have not been contacted within a week of completing the online application process.