Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Education and Technology > Department of Advanced Educational Programs > Superintendent > Admission
The admissions process requires that you meet the
requirements for both the FHSU Graduate School and the Educational
Administration Program. Please fill out an application online and submit the additional
materials listed on the Graduate School Website. You will also submit all departmental admission materials
listed on this page directly to the Graduate School, where they
will be forwarded on to the Department of Advanced Education Programs.
admissions requirements for the Specialist in Education program take into
account your G.P.A. and your experience as a teacher and/or principal. In order to be considered for the
program, you must provide evidence of a total of 400 points or more. You can accumulate points as follows:
You must hold a Master's
Degree from an accredited institution with a minimum grade point average of
3.25. The GPA for the first 30 hours of graduate credit leading to the building leadership (principal) certification is calculated from your transcript.
You must also submit the following documents with your application:
A committee will review your file and forward a
recommendation of approval or denial to the Dean of the Graduate School. Upon acceptance into the program, the
committee chair in your area of specialization will appoint an advisor and
designate a graduate committee responsible for developing your program of
study. Applicants who do not enroll within one academic year after admission may be required to reapply for admission.
Applicants who are denied
admission to the program should consider one or more of the following: