Curriculum & Instruction or Teacher Leadership Program: How to Apply to Marylhurst

Welcome! We’re glad you’ve made the choice to go forward and apply for one of our unique programs in education specializing in either Curriculum and Instruction or Teacher Leadership. Please review the admissions requirements carefully. If you have any questions, we’re happy to help: admissions@marylhurst.edu or 503.699.6268.

Application Deadline

Our education programs accepts applications year-round. You can start your classes in any term. To ensure a smooth admissions process, we advise you submit your application at least four weeks before the start of classes.

Education Programs: Admissions Requirements

Because you are applying to a graduate program at Marylhurst, we require that you hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with a 3.0 cumulative G.P.A.

admissions-staff-maruska-lynch-marylhurstMaruska Lynch – Graduate Admissions Counselor

“Marylhurst has an incredible department of Education with well-connected faculty leading in the field of K-12 education in the NW. In addition to our popular master’s programs (M.A.T. and M.Ed.), Marylhurst offers these advanced teacher programs. As a graduate admissions counselor, I’m here to help you navigate the process and answer your questions. Feel free to reach out to me for help with your graduate admissions application.”

Contact Information
503.699.6322
mlynch@marylhurst.edu

Curriculum & Instruction or Teacher Leadership: Application Process

Here are the items you will need to submit to formally apply to one of our education programs at Marylhurst. As you review the list, know that we’re here to help you if you have any questions about the required materials for admissions. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

  • Complete our online application (for academic division, select graduate and for program of study – select education professional development)
  • Pay the $50 application fee
  • Along with the application, you will also submit:
    • Resume (with a clear career goal stated)
    • Official transcripts for all colleges and universities attended
    • Statement of intent

Official Transcripts
Official transcripts must arrive at Marylhurst University in the original unopened envelope as issued by the originating institution with an institutional stamp or signature on the closed envelope flap. Sounds very legal, but it’s pretty straightforward: contact your previous institutions and request an official transcript to be sent directly to Marylhurst: 17600 Pacific HWY, PO Box 261, Marylhurst, OR 97036-0261. Official transcripts can also be sent via a secure delivery service such as National Student Clearinghouse, eSCRIP-SAFE, or Parchment. Directions on how to do this will also be available within the online admissions application.

Statement of Intent
This is a brief essay in which you introduce yourself and share information about your academic goals and experiences. This is not a formal academic or research paper, but it should be proofread for errors and grammar to ensure readability. This essay may be used as part of the scholarship consideration process at Marylhurst University. Please write a one-to-two page paper in 12pt. font. Make sure to include your name in the top, right-hand corner of each page. Please address the following questions:

  • Why have you chosen your course of study? If undecided, please comment on your area(s) of interest.
  • Why have you chosen Marylhurst University?
  • How does this degree fit into your past/current life experiences and future goals?

To submit the statement, you can upload it inside the online application portal, or email it to admissions@marylhurst.edu or FAX it to 503.699.6320.

  Are you applying as an international student?  Please review these additional requirements for graduate international student applicants.

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