Master of Arts in Education: School Media Librarian

College of Education
Master of Arts in Education: School Media Librarian

Degree Options:

  • Master of Arts in Education: School Media Librarian
  • Certification Preparation Program: School Media Librarian
  • Preparation School Media Librarian Rank I Classification (Sixth Year Program)
    Program (School Media Librarian)
  • Options available to add endorsements to teaching certification in:
    • English as a Second Language (ESL)
    • Environmental Education
    • Gifted Education
    • Instructional Computer Technology
    • Literacy Specialist
    • Math Specialist 
    • Teacher Leader
       

    Who Would be Interested in This Program?

    • Any P-12 teacher (holding a current teaching license) interested in becoming 
      a school librarian. This program provides teachers with both degree and 
      non-degree (Rank I and/or Certificate in School Media Librarian) program 
       

    What Are the Requirements to be Admitted to the Program?

    • Candidates must meet the requirements of the Graduate School
    • Must be licensed teacher in elementary, middle, or secondary teaching certification program.
    • Candidates must have earned an overall 3.0 undergraduate GPA or a 3.0 in the 
      last 60 hours completed.
    • Candidates must have a score of 375 on the Millers Analogies Test (MAT) or a 
      Verbal score of 144 and a Quantitative score of 144 on the GRE.
    • Scores on the MAT/GRE are used in conjunction with undergraduate GPA and 
      other criteria in selecting candidates for admission
    • Applicants with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher, or 3.25 or 
      higher in their last 60 hours of coursework are exempt from the MAT/GRE 
      requirement.
       

    Where Are Recent Graduates of the Program Employed?

    • Though many of our graduates may decide to seek employment in school 
      districts within the state, we have had graduates go to work in positions 
      both nationally and internationally.
       

    How Do I Get More Information?