Master's Application Procedures

Please review the following graduate program admission procedures carefully. Should you have any questions, contact the Graduate Advising Office at (850) 474-2870.


Application Deadlines

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*Note: the master’s degree programs in Educational Leadership Certification and Curriculum & Instruction/Reading Instruction have special extended application deadlines


Step 1: Preparation

Step 2: Application

Step 3: Transcripts

  • Arrange to have one official copy of all college transcripts sent directly to The University of West Florida, Graduate School, Attention: Graduate Admissions, 11000 University Parkway, Building 11, Pensacola, FL 32514-5750
  • Transcripts for work completed at UWF will be obtained by the Office of Admissions

Step 4: Exam

  • Applicants with a bachelor's GPA below 3.0 should register to take the GRE General Test or MAT and have official scores sent to UWF OR have official scores from a previously taken but current (within five years) GRE or MAT forwarded by the testing agency to The University of West Florida, Graduate School, Attention: Graduate Admissions, 11000 University Parkway, Building 11, Pensacola, FL 32514-5750
  • Find Information about GRE preparation courses and resources on Reviews.com GRE Prep Courses page.

Step 5: Advising and Registration

  • Upon admission, you will receive official notification from the university and the Department of Teacher Education and Educational Leadership, which will include contact information for your faculty mentor
  • Contact TEEL Graduate Advising (teelgrad@uwf.edu) to develop your degree plan and receive advising
  • Sign and return your degree plan
  • Activate your MyUWF Account
  • Register for courses via MyUWF

Step 6: Tk20 and Disposition Assessments

  • By the fifth week of the first semester of graduate studies, the following must be completed:
    • Purchase of a subscription to the Department of Teacher Education and Educational Leadership's assessment system, Tk20. The Tk20 Support page offers helpful information on how to do this.
    • Completion the Professional Education Applicant Disposition Self-rating Scale within Tk20
    • Completion of the Professional Education Applicant Disposition Scale by those individuals you identified as professional references (the Graduate Advising Office will contact those individuals with instructions)

Contact:

CEPS Advising Office
Chasity Manning 
Phone: (850) 474-2870
E-mail: cmanning@uwf.edu

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