FSEHD Graduate Programs Admission
Thank you for considering the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development (FSEHD) at Rhode Island College for your graduate education. The FSEHD graduate faculty members are committed to offering you strong programs that prepare reflective professionals to work in diverse schools, organizations, and communities in Rhode Island and the region.
- Bachelors degree from a regionally accredited college.
- Professional references from person acquainted with the academic ability and aptitude of the applicant. (2 for MAT; 3 for all others)
- Official graduate and undergraduate transcripts
- Teaching certificate
- Exceptions: MAT, CAGS Advanced Counseling, MS Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MA School Counseling, and CAGS School Psychology.
- Official standardized test scores i.e. Graduate Record Examination or the
Miller Analogies Test.
- Exceptions: all CGS programs and CAGS in Advanced Counseling.
- MAT programs require PRAXIS scores. See program for details.
- Application fee of $50.00
- Professional Goals Essay below or statement of Educational Philosophy.
- Performance-based evaluation
- A resume
- Other program specific requirements
Applications and Forms
- On campus graduate degrees and certificates including M.Ed., M.A., MAT, M.S., C.A.G.S., and CGS programs.
- Off campus and cohort programs ONLY can access application materials here.
- Graduate Assistant application
Applications for admission will not be processed until all materials have been received by the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development. The applicant is responsible for assuring that all credentials are received by these deadlines:
November 1 for spring matriculation
March 1 for fall matriculation
** School Psychology has one deadline February 1.
Feinstein School of Education and Human Development
Office of Graduate Programs and Assessment
600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Horace Mann 105
Providence, RI 02908-1991