Graduate Admission Requirements

(as of 9-15-2010)

All materials should be submitted to:

  

Office of Graduate Studies

Emporia State University

1200 Commercial St., Box 4003

Emporia, KS 66801

gradinfo@emporia.edu

1. ESU Graduate Application
• Submit application (available online) and pay applicable fee
• Submit Transcripts, from all institutions attended
• International Graduate Students should contact the Office of International
Education to begin the application process. More information can be found at
their website, http://www.emporia.edu/oie/

2. GPA of 2.75 or more based on the 4-point scale in the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate study

3. Access to the Internet and possess a multimedia capable computer*

4. Resume (2 or more pages)**

5. Two Current Recommendations via forms or letters (open or closed) - Reference form available here.

6. Subscribe to the idtatesu mailing list (directions below)

7. Writing Competency (no fee)
• A 500 to 700 word formal paper** describing your experiences and career goals
involving instructional design and technology and your interest in completing an
online degree. The paper (without name) will be scored by two IDT faculty members based on the 6 Trait Analytical Assessment identified by the National Council of Teachers
of English. Scores are: Superior, Proficient, Acceptable or Unacceptable.

*Specific requirements available at the dept. website: idt.emporia.edu
**The resume and paper may be submitted electronically as an attachment to gradinfo@emporia.edu

8. Electronic Mail (email)
In order to facilitate efficient communications regarding the Instructional Design and
Technology program at Emporia State, each student is required to have an electronic mail (email) account. Once you are enrolled in an ESU class, you will be issued an ESU student email address. Please note, it is important to check your ESU email account often, as other offices on campus use this email address exclusively to communicate with students.

9. Computer Equipment
All students admitted to this degree program are required to have their own personal
computer with CD-ROM and access to the Internet (Broadband (high speed) Internet
access is strongly recommended). Minimum computer requirements: Windows 7;
minimum of 2 GB RAM; Macintosh – OS X; with minimum of 2 GB RAM.

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