Master of Education in Educational Administration, Curriculum and Supervision
The mission of EACS is to promote critical inquiry that addresses important issues relating to teaching, learning, and leadership in order that service and collaboration among colleagues and the professional communities may be enhanced.
The EACS Program offers master's (M.Ed.) programs at both the Norman and OU-Tulsa campuses plus occasional cohort programs (Online/Blended program) to provide graduate level preparation for leadership positions in elementary and secondary school systems, district-level positions, administrative roles in government, researcher roles in policy and advocacy centers, and scholarly positions in colleges and universities.
- Norman campus: Rolling Admission
- Blended/Online program: Rolling Admission
- Tulsa campus: May 15 (Fall admission)
M. Ed. Program information presented by Campus location
- 2018 Traditional M. Ed. Cohort Description for Norman Campus (PDF)
- 2018 Traditional M. Ed. Cohort Quick Guide for Norman Campus (PDF)
Materials for Fall 2018 cohort.
Master's Degree Application procedure
Complete online Application to Graduate College and EACS program prior to application deadline for the semester for which you are applying. When completing the online admission application please select a major code for either Norman traditional M315 or Blended/Online M316. (click here for link)
Applicants for the program leading to the degree of Master of Education (M.Ed.) must present the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education as conferred by the University of Oklahoma or the equivalent, including twelve hours of acceptable undergraduate work in education. The student may elect a thesis or a non-thesis program. A student will normally complete work within five calendar years after the student's first graduate enrollment at the University of Oklahoma.
B.S. in Education or equivalent is required for admission. Students must have 12 hours of prerequisite courses in Education. Students without the necessary prerequisites are expected to fulfill those requirements. Additional courses may be required depending upon the area of certification and the area of study.
For students in the non-thesis M.Ed. program, the Comprehensive Portfolio serves as the comprehensive examination for the master’s degree. Students choosing the M.Ed. thesis program are required to complete a master’s thesis in lieu of the Comprehensive examination
Complete information about the Comprehensive Portfolio is available in the following document: