Mar 01, 2024
The Allied Health Education and Administration program is designed to promote the development of allied health professionals who wish to expand their capacities to serve as educators and educational administrators in health programs. It is open to licensed, certified, registered, and/or accredited allied health professionals preparing for positions as educators or educational administrators of allied health programs in schools, colleges or universities, clinical settings, and community-based health or worksite programs. With projected shortages in our health workforce, numerous career opportunities abound. For information, visit the Allied Health Education and Administration program.
Master of Education: College of Education
The following represents minimal expectations for the completion of a master’s degree in the College of Education. Each department establishes specific degree requirements for its major areas. For more information, students should consult the department or program of their choice.
- A Master’s degree in the College of Education requires a minimum of 30 graduate credit hours; however, some program areas require additional credit hours.
- A degree plan is required; students must complete a degree plan in MyAdvisor.
- The master level courses numbered at the 6000- and 7000-levels.
- The College of Education requires approval by a faculty advisor for all courses outside the college bearing numbers lower than 6000 for a degree program. College of Education courses numbered lower than 6000 cannot apply toward a graduate degree.
- Students must earn all semester credit hours, including thesis, within the five years prior to graduation.
- The College of Education accepts a maximum of nine semester credit hours of transfer credit from an accredited university, with the approval of a faculty advisor and the college’s Associate Dean of Graduate Studies.
- Transfer students must complete at least 24 graduate credit hours at the University of Houston (after admission to the graduate program). Of these hours, no less than 18 graduate credit hours must be in courses numbered 6000 or above.
- All transfer and subsequent work require a minimum 3.00 grade point average (A=4.00). Grades lower than a C does not count for graduate credit.
- A graduate student receiving a grade of C+ or lower in 12 semester hours of credit at the University of Houston, whether or not in repeated courses, is ineligible for any advanced degree and cannot re-enroll for graduate study.
Students use MyAdvisor to reflect benchmark requirements for degree completion; a degree plan requires approval by a faculty advisor, the program coordinator, the department chair, and the Dean prior to completing 18 semester hours of credit.
- All students in the CUIN Masters of Education program must take nine (9) graduate credit hours of common core (Professional Seminars I and II and Capstone).
– Students satisfactorily complete a Capstone project during their final semester of course work.
- All students in the EPLS Department for the M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision and Ed.D. in Professional Leadership are required to complete TExES Certification (Principal or Superintendent) in lieu of a comprehensive exam.
Complete all applicable graduate coursework and benchmarks prior to proposed graduation. Students should file an application for graduation in PeopleSoft early in the final semester of their degree. The university’s Academic Calendar lists the application filing deadlines per semester. For more information, visit the college’s Office of Graduate Studies, 256 Farish Hall.