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The requirements listed below are in addition to those described in the General Requirements for Admission to the Graduate School. The requirements listed below are for unconditional admission to degree programs, but provisional admission is also possible.

Please submit the following documents to the TWU Office of Admissions Processing, PO Box 425649, Denton, Texas 76204-5649:

  • Application for Graduate Admission
  • $50 application fee ($75 for international students)
  • Official transcripts from ANY and ALL previously attended universities or colleges
  • Official score reports (GRE, GMAT, THEA, MAT, etc.), if required 
  • Additional materials should be submitted directly to the academic department, if requested.
  • All applicants should contact the academic component of interest to confirm admissions requirements.

*Scores listed are preferred minimum scores and are NOT required for unconditional admission.  Scores shown are for the revised GRE with original GRE scores in parentheses.  Example:  Verbal:  149 (430).  The preferred score on the revised GRE is 149, and the preferred score on the original GRE is 430.

Name of
Degree
Program
Degree Credential
Earned

Standardized Exam Required * (see note above) 

Other Admissions
Requirements
Academic Component to Contact
Art MA
MFA
 
  • Must apply online through Slideroom.com at twuvisualarts.slideroom.com. (See Visual Arts Application procedure.)
  • Brief letter of intent
  • Brief artist statement
  • Current vita or resumé
  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • Personal interview with chair or faculty advisor
  • A portfolio of 20 images of original work (submitted online) for MA/Graphic Design and MA/Studio or MFA/Studio only.
  • Two scholarly research papers for MA/Art History and MA/Art Education specializations.
  • Preference Deadline Information
Michelle Hays, Chair
Visual Arts
940-898-2530
visualarts@twu.edu
Biology MS GRE:
Verbal 149 (425)
Quant. 141 (425)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
Dr. Sarah McIntire, Chair
Biology
940-898-2352
smcintire@twu.edu
Biology, Molecular PHD GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 144 (500)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
Dr. Sarah McIntire, Chair
Biology
940-898-2352
smcintire@twu.edu
Business Administration MBA  

Ronald D. Hovis, Interim Director           School of Management
940-898-2111
emba@twu.edu

 

Business Administration Executive EMBA   Ronald D. Hovis, Interim Director            School of Management
940-898-2111
emba@twu.edu
Chemistry MS GRE:
Verbal 146 (400)
Quant. 146 (550)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 2 reference contacts (Name, Address, Telephone, Fax, Email)
Dr. Richard Sheardy, Chair
Chemistry and Physics
940-898-2551
chemphy@twu.edu
Child Development MS

GRE:
Verbal 147 (410)
Quant. 144 (500) Analytical (4)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826.)

 

Dr. Elizabeth McCarroll, Program Co-Chair    Dr. Katie Rose, Program Co-Chair                 Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu

Counseling and Development MS   Dr. Joel Muro
Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu
Counseling Psychology MA GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 144 (500) Analytical (4)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826.)
  • 3.0 GPA overall
  • 3.5 GPA in psychology classes
  • Bachelor's degree in Psychology or 18 hrs of required psychology classes
  • Master’s Program Application*
  • Curriculum vita (using the vita template)*
  • 3 reference letters*
  • Unofficial copy of GRE scores*
  • Essays*
  • Transcripts (unofficial copies accepted)*
  • Application Deadline Information
* Materials should be submitted in one envelope. Copies of transcripts and standardized test scores submitted to the department are IN ADDITION to official documents submitted to Student Records.

Dr. Jenelle Fitch                                             Ph.D. Admissions Coordinator
Psychology and Philosophy
940-898-2312
jfitch@twu.edu

Counseling Psychology PHD GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 144 (500) Analytical (4)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 3.0 GPA overall
  • 3.5 GPA in psychology classes
  • MA degree in Psychology or other related discipline with a completed thesis is preferred 
  • Doctoral Program Application*
  • Curriculum vita (using the vita template)*
  • 3 reference letters*
  • Unofficial copy of GRE scores*
  • Essays*
  • Transcripts (unofficial copies accepted)*
  • Application Deadline Information
* Materials should be submitted in one envelope. Copies of transcripts and standardized test scores submitted to the department are IN ADDITION to official documents submitted to Student Records.

Dr. Jenelle Fitch                                         Ph.D. Admissions Coordinator
Psychology and Philosophy
940-898-2312
jfitch@twu.edu

 

Dance MA  
  • Audition
  • Interview
  • Writing sample
  • Personal essay
  • 3 reference letters
  • Resume
  • Department of Dance Program Application Information Form (provides detailed academic and professional dance training & education)
  • Preference Deadline Information

Prof. Mary Williford-Shade, Chair
Dance
940-898-2086
dance@twu.edu

Dance MFA  
  • Interview
  • Personal essay
  • 3 reference letters
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Department of Dance Program Application Information Form (provides detailed academic and professional dance training & education)
  • DVD portfolio of artistic work
  • Preference Deadline Information
Prof. Mary Williford-Shade, Chair
Dance
940-898-2086
dance@twu.edu
Dance PHD  
  • Interview
  • Personal essay
  • 3 reference letters
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Sample of scholarly writing (e.g., article, thesis chapter, research presentation)
  • Sample of a syllabus for a university-level course
  • Department of Dance Program Application Information Form (provides detailed academic and professional dance training & education)
  • Optional DVD portfolio of artistic work
  • Preference Deadline Information
Prof. Mary Williford-Shade, Chair
Dance
940-898-2086
dance@twu.edu
Drama MA  
  • Letter of intent/application
  • Audition and/or design portfolio 
  • Interview
  • Samples of professional writing 
  • Resume or CV

Prof. Patrick Bynane, Program Director
Drama
940-898-2518                               Pbynane@twu.edu
 

Early Child Development and Education PHD

GRE:
Verbal 150 (450)
Quant. 146 (550) Analytical (4)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826.) 

  • GPA of 3.5 on previous graduate work
  • Relevant master's degree or pre-requisite equivalents for core area (see department website)
  • Letter of intent including program goals and research interests
  • Three letters of reference/recommendation
  • Resume/vita
  • Application Deadline Information

Dr. Elizabeth McCarroll, Program Co-Chair   Dr. Katie Rose, Program Co-Chair                 Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu

Early Childhood Education MA
MED
MS

GRE:
Verbal 147 (410)
Quant. 144 (500) Analytical (4)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826.)

 

Dr. Elizabeth McCarroll, Program Co-Chair    Dr. Katie Rose, Program Co-Chair                  Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu

Education of the Deaf MS GRE:
Verbal 156 (550)
Quant. 140 (400)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
Dr. Tamby Allman, Interim Co-Chair             Communication Sciences and Disorders
940-898-2034
coms@twu.edu
(Educational) Administration MA
MED
 

Dr. Jane Pemberton, Chair
Teacher Education
940-898-2271
mhonard@twu.edu

English MA GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 138 (350)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 3 reference letters
  • 3.0 GPA on previous upper-division and graduate work
  • Interview, if applying as a Graduate Assistant
  • 600 TOEFL (TWU’s institution code is 6826). preferred for international students
Dr. Lou Thompson
English, Speech & Foreign Languages
940-898-2324
Lthompson2@twu.edu
English - Rhetoric PHD GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 138 (350)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • Writing sample
  • 3 reference letters
  • Statement of purpose
  • 3.0 GPA on previous upper-division and graduate work
  • Interview, if applying as a Graduate Assistant
  • 600 TOEFL (TWU’s institution code is 6826). preferred, for international students
  • Application Deadline Information
Dr. Lou Thompson
English, Speech & Foreign Languages
940-898-2324
Lthompson2@twu.edu
Exercise & Sports Nutrition MS GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 140 (400)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 3.25 GPA or above (on 4.00 scale) for last 60 hrs of formal coursework
  • Resume
  • Letter of Intent 
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Undergraduate prerequisites:
    • Chemistry (including Biochemistry) 9 hrs
    • Human Physiology 3 hrs
    • Intro. to Nutrition (including Advanced Nutrition) 9 hrs
    • Kinesiology (including Exercise Physiology) 9hrs
Dr. Nancy DiMarco
Nutrition and Food Sciences
940-898-2785
nutrfdsci@twu.edu
Family Studies MS  
  • Letter of intent 
  • Vita

Dr. Joyce Armstrong
Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu

 

Family Studies PHD  
  • Letter of intent
  • Vita

Dr. Joyce Armstrong
Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu

 

Family Therapy MS   Dr. Linda Brock
Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu
Family Therapy PHD   Dr. Linda Brock
Family Sciences
940-898-2685
famsci@twu.edu

Food Science*

*Not accepting applications for 2014-2015. Please review and consider our MS in Nutrition.

MS GRE:
Verbal 143 (350)
Quant. 141 (450)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 3.25 GPA on last 60 undergrad hrs
  • 1-2 page resume
  • Undergraduate prerequisites:
    • Chemistry 9-12 hrs
    • Microbiology 4 hrs
    • Food Science 9 hrs
Dr. Clay King
Nutrition & Food Sciences
940-898-2652
cking@twu.edu

Food Systems Administration*

*Not accepting applications for 2014-2015.  Please review and consider our MS in Nutrition.

MS GRE:
Verbal 143 (350)
Quant. 141 (450)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 3.25 GPA on last 60 undergrad hrs
  • 1-2 page resume
  • Undergraduate prerequisites:
    • Microbiology 4 hrs
    • Intro. to Nutrition 3 hrs
    • Accounting 3hrs
    • Quantity Food Production & Service 3 hrs
    • Upper Level Foodservice Management and/or Business 6 hrs
Dr. Vicky Imrhan                                           Nutrition & Food Sciences
940-898-2636
nutrfdsci@twu.edu
Government MA

 

 

 

  • 3.25 GPA
  • Written statement of purpose
  • 2 letters of reference 

Dr. Barbara Presnall, Chair
History & Government
940-898-2133                         bpresnall@twu.edu 

Health Care Administration, Houston 

MHA GRE:
Verbal 150 (450)
Quant. 141 (450)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

- or -

GMAT (450)
(TWU’s institution code is 2BV-CZ-64).

*See note regarding GRE/GMAT waivers in the next column.
  • Resume
  • 3 letters of reference
  • Interview
  • Essay describing career goals and rationale/purpose for pursuing the MHA degree
  • Preference Deadline Information 
Note: The GRE/GMAT requirement is waived for the following applicants: those holding a prior master's or doctoral degree from an accredited United States university with a GPA of at least 3.0, those who hold a law degree from an accredited United States institution, and physicians licensed to practice in the United States.
Dr. Gerald Goodman, Program Director
Health Care Administration - Houston
713-794-2061
healthcareadministration@twu.edu
Health Studies MS GRE:
Verbal 150 (450)
Quant. 140 (400)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

 Submit the following in ONE packet to the department:

  • Appropriate academic background and professional and volunteer experience for master's study in health studies as evidenced by a professional vita.
  • Two acceptable recommendations (following departmental instructions), completed within the past 12 months by faculty members, academic advisors, or employers.
  • Ability to express concepts and ideas in writing as evidenced in a typed, double-spaced, 400-500 word essay.
  • Application Deadline Information

Morgan O'Donnell                                         Health Studies                                               940-898-2860         modonnell@twu.edu                                     

Dr. Kimberly Parker
Health Studies                                              940-898-2899
kparker6@twu.edu

Health Studies PHD
GRE:
Verbal 152 (480)
Quant. 140 (400)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

Submit the following in ONE packet to the department:

  • A GPA of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale on master's degree coursework.
  • Appropriate academic background and professional and volunteer experience for doctoral study in health studies as evidenced by a professional vita.
  • Two acceptable recommendations (following departmental instructions) completed within the past 12 months by faculty members, academic advisors, or employers.
  • A writing sample of no more than 5 pages from a thesis, professional paper, published article, or research/academic paper.
  • Ability to express concepts and ideas in writing as evidenced in a typed, double spaced 600-700 word essay.
  • For international students, a minimum score of 575 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • Application Deadline Information

Morgan O'Donnell                                      Health Studies                                               940-898-2860                     modonnell@twu.edu

Dr. Kimberly Parker
Health Studies                                             940-898-2899
kparker6@twu.edu

 

Health Systems Management - Dallas MHSM  

Dr. Rob Maurer, Program Director
Health Systems Management - Dallas
214-689-6560
rmaurer@twu.edu

 

History MA

 

 

 

  • 3.25 GPA
  • Written statement of purpose 
  • 2 letters of reference
Dr. Barbara Presnall, Interim Chair
History & Government
940-898-2133                       bpresnall@twu.edu 
Kinesiology MS
  • Vita
  • 2 letters of reference
  • For Exercise Physiology emphasis, TOEFL (TWU’s institution code is 6826) of 90, with no section score below 20
  • For Adapted P.E. emphasis, interview with APE faculty
  •  (TWU's institution code is 6826) 
  • Preference Deadline Information
Dr. David Nichols
Kinesiology
940-898-2575
940-898-2522
dnichols@twu.edu
Kinesiology PHD

 

  • Vita
  • Interview
  • 3 letters of reference
  • Statement of Commitment
  • For Exercise Physiology emphasis, TOEFL (TWU’s institution code is 6826) of 90, with no section score below 20
  • (TWU's institution code is 6826) 
  • Preference Deadline Information
Dr. David Nichols
Kinesiology
940-898-2575
940-898-2522
dnichols@twu.edu
Library Science MA
MLS
GRE (preferred)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
GMAT
(TWU’s institution code is 2BV-CZ-64).
MCAT, or MAT

Preferred scores fall at or above national aggregate medians for available demographic variables.

Note: Applicants holding a prior graduate degree are not required to complete the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, or MAT.
  • SLIS application form
  • Resume
  • 3 letters of recommendation from professional and/or educational sources who can address applicant's potential for success in Graduate School
  • Well-written, 2-page statement of intent addressing applicant's professional interest, experience, or expertise in librarianship, information studies and/or information technology
Brenda Mallory
Library and Information Studies
940-898-2602
slis@twu.edu
Mathematics MA
MS
 
  • 2 reference letters

Dr. Don Edwards, Chair
Mathematics & Computer Science
940-898-2166
mathcs@twu.edu

 

Mathematics - Mathematics Teaching MS  
  • 2 reference letters

Dr. Don Edwards, Chair
Mathematics & Computer Science
940-898-2166
mathcs@twu.edu

 

Molecular Biology PHD GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 144 (500)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
Dr. Sarah McIntire, Chair
Biology
940-898-2352
smcintire@twu.edu
Music MA

(Spec. in Performance, Music Therapy, Pedagogy, Music Education)
 
  • Music History/Theory Placement Exam
  • Licensure as a Music Therapist or equivalency coursework (Music Therapy specialization only)
  • Piano and Aural Skills Proficiency Exam (Music Pedagogy vocal specialization only)
  • Teacher certification or equivalency coursework (Music Education specialization only)
  • International Students must provide a TOEFL (TWU’s institution code is 6826). score of at least 550 (paper) or 213 (computer) or 79 (iBT); or an IELTS score of at least 6.5; or a MELAB score of at least 80. English language instruction does not substitute for the above requirement for students whose area of emphasis is music education or music therapy; for students whose area of emphasis is music pedagogy or performance such substitution requires approval of the area faculty advisor and the music department chair.
Dr. Pamela Youngblood, Chair
Music & Drama
940-898-2500
music@twu.edu
Nursing MS GRE
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
or MAT

Note: GRE/MAT is not required for MS Nursing applicants with a previous master’s degree. Applicants seeking a post-master's certificate are not required to complete the GRE or MAT.
  • RN license in the U.S.
  • Basic statistics course
  • BS degree in nursing
  • GPA 3.0 on last 60 hrs in undergraduate nursing degree
  • GPA on 3.0 or higher in all prior graduate work
  • Application Deadline Information

Dr. Gayle Roux
Nursing - Denton
940-898-2424
groux@twu.edu

Ms. Ashley Bonner                                    Nursing - Dallas Center
214-689-6566
abonner@twu.edu  

Dr. Brenda Binder
Nursing – Houston
713-794-2100
bbinder@twu.edu

 

Nursing Science PHD GRE:
Verbal 151 (460)
Quant. 144 (500)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

- or -

MAT - (50)
  • RN license
  • Statistics
  • Curriculum vitae
  • 2 letters of reference
  • MS in nursing (preferred)
  • Graduate-level research course
  • Graduate-level nursing theory course
  • Statement of professional goals and research interests
  • GPA of 3.5 or higher on prior graduate work for unconditional admission
  • Application Deadline Information

Dr. Vicki Zeigler, Coordinator, Ph.D. Program (Online)
Nursing - Denton
940-898-2433                     vzeigler@twu.edu  

Dr. Sandra Cesario, Coordinator, Ph.D. Program
Nursing - Houston
713-794-2110                              scesario@twu.edu

Nursing Practice DNP

GRE:
Verbal 151 (460)     Quant. 144 (500)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

 - or -

MAT - (50)

  • RN license in U.S.
  • Graduate-level statistics
  • Curriculum vitae
  • 2 letters of reference
  • MS in nursing
  • Graduate-level research course
  • Letter discussing professional goals
  • GPA of 3.5 or higher on prior graduate work
  • Certification as an APN (NP or CNM) by a nationally recognized accrediting body
  • Eligibility to be recognized as an APN in Texas
  • Application Deadline Information
Dr. Peggy Mancuso, Coordinator, DNP Program Nursing - Dallas Center
214-689-6510, 6552
pmancuso@twu.edu
Nutrition MS GRE:
Verbal 143 (350)
Quant. 141 (450)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 3.25 GPA on last 60 undergrad hrs
  • 1-2 page resume 
  • Undergraduate prerequisites:
    • Chemistry (including Biochemistry) 9-12 hrs
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology 3-4 hrs
    • Intro. to Nutrition 3 hrs
    • Upper Level Nutrition  (Advanced Nutrition: Micronutrients and Macro-nutrients, Nutrition through the Lifecycle) 8-9 hrs

Dr. Shanil Juma                                      Nutrition & Food Sciences - Denton
940-898-2704                                   sjuma@twu.edu

Karen Moreland                                       Nutrition & Food Sciences - Houston           713-794-2344                          kstone@twu.edu
  

Nutrition PHD GRE:
Verbal 150 (450)
Quant. 146 (550)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • 2 letters of reference
  • 1-2 page statement of purpose 
  • 3.5 GPA on last 60 undergraduate hours and all post-baccalaureate and graduate hours
  • Undergraduate prerequisites:
    • Chemistry (including Biochemistry) 9-12 hrs
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology 3-4 hrs
    • Intro. to Nutrition 3 hrs
    • Upper Level Nutrition (Advanced Nutrition: Macronutrients and Micro- nutrients, Nutrition through the Lifecycle) 8-9hrs 
Dr. Huanbiao Mo                                           Nutrition & Food Sciences
940-898-2712                                           hmo@twu.edu
  
Occupational Therapy MOT (Entry-level Professional Degree)  
  • School of OT Application 
  • 3.0 on last 60 hours of B.S./B.A. degree or 3.0 on 12 hours of graduate coursework
  • 3.0 GPA on prerequisites
  • Recommendation based on minimum 20 hours observation with one supervising OTR on departmental form
  • Academic Reference on departmental form
  • Preference Deadline Information

LaWana Spratling                            Admissions                                                    940-898-2801                                            ot@twu.edu  

Occupational Therapy PHD GRE
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • Essay
  • Personal interview
  • 3 letters of reference
  • Master's degree in occupational therapy or related field
  • Certification as a registered occupational therapist (OTR) by the NBCOT
  • International students may not hold NBCOT certification but must have graduated from a program recognized by the World Federation of Occupational Therapy

Dr. Sally Schultz, PhD/OT (Post-professional)                                     Occupational Therapy                                   214-706-2350                         sschultz@twu.edu

Physical Therapy Entry-Level Program (Code #75608) DPT GRE
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
Mary Beth Daugherty
Physical Therapy
940-898-2460
pt@twu.edu
Physical Therapy PHD  
  • Essay
  • Resume
  • Interview
  • 2 recommendations
  • Eligible for licensure
Dr. Sharon Olson, Director
Physical Therapy
940-898-2460
pt@twu.edu
Reading MA
MED

 

  • Vita/resume
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Goals statement

Dr. Connie Briggs, Chair
Reading
940-898-2233 or 2227
reading@twu.edu

 

Reading PHD
EDD
GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 144 (500)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

- or -

Verbal / Quant / Analytical scores within 1 standard deviation of mean for education majors
  • Master's degree
  • On-site writing sample
  • GPA of 3.5 on graduate coursework
  • Screening interview by admission committee
  • Submission of following documentation prior to screening:
    1. 3 letters of recommendation
    2. Vita or resume
    3. 1-2 page statement of professional experience and goals in pursuing a doctoral degree in reading
  • Preferred: 3 years teaching (or other practicum/internship)
Dr. Connie Briggs, Chair
Reading
940-898-2233 or 2227
reading@twu.edu
Rhetoric (English) PHD GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 138 (350)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • Writing sample
  • 3 reference letters
  • Statement of purpose
  • 3.0 GPA on previous upper-division and graduate work
  • Interview, if applying as a Graduate Assistant
  • 600 TOEFL (TWU’s institution code is 6826) preferred, for international students
  • Application Deadline Information
Dr. Lou Thompson
English, Speech & Foreign Languages
940-898-2324
Lthompson2@twu.edu
School Psychology SSP GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 144 (500)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
Dr. Kathy DeOrnellas
Psychology and Philosophy
940-898-2303
kdeornellas@twu.edu
School Psychology PHD GRE:
Verbal 153 (500)
Quant. 144 (500)
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • Essay
  • 3 reference letters
  • 3.5 GPA on prior masters
  • 3.5 GPA on undergrad psych classes
  • BA/BS in psych or 18 hrs of required psych classes
  • Application Deadline Information
Dr. Denise Maricle
Psychology and Philosophy
940-898-2303
dmaricle@twu.edu
Sociology MA  

Dr. Philip Yang
Sociology & Social Work
940-898-2052
pyang@twu.edu

 

Sociology PHD GRE
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

  • GPA of 3.5 on last 60 undergraduate hours and on all graduate courses
  • 3 letters of recommendation 
  • 2-3 page statement of intent
  • Graduate Statistics and Social Sciences Research Methods
  • Preference Deadline Information
Dr. Philip Yang
Sociology & Social Work
940-898-2052
pyang@twu.edu
Special Education MA
MED
  Dr. Jane Pemberton, Chair
Teacher Education
940-898-2271
mrule1@twu.edu
Special Education PHD GRE
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).
  • Resume
  • 3 reference letters
  • Teacher Service Record
  • Copy of professional certifications
  • Professional position statement of 1000 words or less
  • Letter of intent to pursue special education doctorate
  • Preference Deadline Information
Dr. Jane Pemberton, Chair
Teacher Education
940-898-2271
mrule1@twu.edu
Speech-Language Pathology MS GRE
(TWU’s institution code is 6826).

Dr. Erika Armstrong (TETN)                    Interim Co-Chair                            Communication Sciences and Disorders        940-898-2042                                               coms@twu.edu

Laura Moorer-Cook (on-campus)
940-898-2285
coms@twu.edu 

 

Teaching MAT

THEA (formerly TASP):
Math (240)
Reading (260)
Writing (240)
(TWU’s institution code is 327).

or

Accuplacer                    Analytical (4)        Reading (80)        Algebra (65)            Sentence Skills (82) Writing Essay (6)

  • 2.5 cumulative GPA on all previous undergraduate and graduate work in addition to the required 3.0 GPA on last 60 hours
Office of Student Support Services
College of Professional Education
940-898-2829
copeadvising@twu.edu
Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum MA, MED  
  • Resume 
  • Statement of Intent
  • 2 letters of reference
  • Teacher Service Record
  • Copy of professional certifications
  • GPA of 3.0 on 4.0 scale for last 60 undergraduate hours
  • Preference Deadline Information
Dr. Gina Anderson
Teacher Education
940-898-2271
mrule1@twu.edu
Women's Studies MA  
  • Personal essay
  • 2 reference letters

Dr. Claire Sahlin, Chair
Women's Studies
940-898-2119
csahlin@twu.edu  

 

Women's Studies PHD   Dr. AnaLouise Keating, Program Director, Ph.D. in Women's Studies
940-898-2119
akeating@twu.edu  

*Scores listed are preferred minimum scores and are NOT required for unconditional admission.

Note: The information in this document is subject to change by the University without prior notice. Texas Woman's University reserves the right to revise this document. Changes will become effective whenever the appropriate authorities so determine and may apply to prospective students. This document should not be construed as a contract, express or implied, between Texas Woman's University and any student, applicant, or faculty member.

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