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FSEHD Graduate Programs Admission​

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T​hank you for considering the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development (FSEHD) at Rhode Island College for your graduate education. The FSEHD graduate faculty members are committed to offering y​ou strong programs that prepare reflective professionals to work in diverse schools, organizations, and communities in Rhode Island and the region.​

Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements Masters degrees (MA, MEd, MS) Masters degree MAT* CAGS degree School Psychology CGS
Application fee of $50.00
Bachelors degree from a regionally accredited college.
Professional references from person acquainted with the academic ability and aptitude of the applicant. 3 2 3 3
Official graduate and undergraduate transcripts
Teaching certificate
Except MA School Counseling (MA), Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS), ​Health Education (M.Ed.)
Official standardized test scores
Graduate Record Exam - see Outside Linkhere
Millers Analogy Test - see Outside Linkhere
GRE or MAT PRAXIS scores. See program for details. GRE or MAT
Professional Goals Essay
Statement of Educational Philosophy
Performance-based evaluation
A resume
Other program specific requirements SEE PROGRAM FOR DETAILS

* Secondary Education MAT applicants must meet with a program director to review content before submitting an application. See contact information here

Paying for Graduate Education

FSEHD graduate applicants are eligible to apply for Graduate and Teaching Assistantshisp in various RIC programs and departments.
To review available assistantships and to apply see here.
For more information on financial aid for graduate students see here.

Deadlines

Applications for admission will not be processed until all materials have been received by the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development. The applicant is responsible for assuring that all credentials are received by these deadlines:

  • November 1 for spring matriculation
  • March 1 for fall matriculation
  • ** School Psychology has one deadline: February 1.
    ** MS Clinical Mental Health Counseling has one deadline: February 1.

Contact Information:

Feinstein School of Education and Human Development
Office of Graduate Programs and Assessment
600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Horace Mann 105
Providence, RI 02908-1991

MAT: Dottie Grady at mgrady@ric.edu or 401-456-8822
All others: Rose Misuraca at rmisuraca@ric.edu or 401-456-8896

Page last updated: October 04, 2017