Covid-19 Modified Operations

COVID-19 Modified Operations

The School of Education continues to operate under modified conditions.

 

The administrative offices, including the advising office, are open daily during business hours, with reduced on-campus staff availability.

All SOE faculty, staff, and administrators are available remotely and their contact information can be found on the SOE Faculty/Staff page and on the UVU Directory.


If you have any issues getting in contact with our faculty or staff please call our main office number (801) 863-8228 or email us at school_of_education@uvu.edu.

 

Students, please visit the Spring 2021 website to help you navigate updates and tips for the new semester. 

To check UVU's Current Condition visit uvu.info.

For information related to COVID-19 provided by UVU's College of Science, visit College of Science COVID-19 FAQ

 

For more information, visit the Return to Campus website.

 

 

Application Deadlines

December 10 - Priority Consideration

January 10 - Regular Application Deadline

No GRE Required

 

 

Information Sessions

Join us for one of our information sessions

Wednesday, November 4, 2020....5:30-6:30 p.m.

Thursday, November 5, 2020..........4:30-5:30 p.m.

Friday, November 6, 2020................4:30-5:30 p.m.

Monday, November 9, 2020........... 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday, November 10, 2020......... 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday, November 11, 2020.... 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

For more information, call (801) 863-8228 or email masterofed@uvu.edu

 

 

Admissions Requirements & Prerequisites

The Master of Education Degree (M.Ed.) at Utah Valley University is an applied master’s program aimed at building the instructional skills and professional competency of educators. Our goal is to help you gain the research-based knowledge and skills that will enable you to be a leader in the classroom, school, district or higher education institution.

Students enrolled in the M.Ed. program must complete 30 to 36 credits of study. All students are required to complete course work in research, theory, and instructional models. Each student must also complete a final instructional project pertaining to their emphasis area.

UVU's M.Ed. courses are offered at two locations:

  1. UVU Main Campus in Orem, UT
  2. Lehi Campus, Lehi, UT

To be considered for admissions, individuals interested in earning their M.Ed. at UVU must successfully complete all admission criteria*:

  1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.
  2. Minimum 3.0 grade point average in undergraduate work.
  3. Complete all application requirements.
  4. Interview with School of Education Graduate Committee.

*Additional admission criteria may be required.

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Testimonials

Chelsey Beck, M.Ed. Grad 2019

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“UVU School of Education's faculty provide a learning environment where you can truly learn concepts that apply to every classroom… The Masters of Education program is fun, challenging, stimulating, and gives you really important skills and tools that can be used in today's 21st century classroom. I felt like I got a program that was tailored to my skill level… The faculty care about their students, and I never felt like I was just a number that was being pushed through the system. I would recommend Utah Valley University's Masters of Education program to any teachers that are looking for chances to learn new skills that will help them be successful in the classroom.”
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Clifton Dukes, M.Ed. Grad 2019

Alumnus in graduation wear
“The M.Ed. program offered at Utah Valley University provided me with the opportunity to expand my horizons. Perhaps the most enlightening part of the program was that of the final project…Not only was I able to obtain viable data about the subject I wanted to discover more about, but in the end it felt that I had created a published work that will be forever meaningful. The hope is that it will provide additional data to others who may have a similar question to the one I chose to focus on and study.”

“I also formed some lifelong friendships with the cohort I was a part of, and I greatly respected the professors who mentored and helped me through the program. It wasn't easy, but it was worth the effort and hard work that was required.”
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