Admissions to the graduate programs at Emory & Henry College are handled by the Graduate Admissions Committee, consisting of the Registrar, the Admissions Applications Coordinator, and faculty members from respective programs. For any School of Health Sciences Graduate Programs, please visit the School of Health Sciences.
Admission to graduate degree programs at Emory & Henry College in the following areas is handled by the Graduate Admissions Committee (GAC).
- American History (M.A. Ed.)
- Community and Organizational Leadership (M.A. Col)
- Professional Studies (M. Ed.)
The Registrar, the Admissions Applications Coordinator, and faculty members from respective programs form the GAC. The Committee meets in mid-December, mid-May, and mid-August of each year. Interested applicants should have completed application packets to the Graduate Admissions Office by December 1, May 1, or August 1 depending on the desired program entry date.
Interested applicants should have completed application packets to the Graduate Admissions Office by December 1, May 1, or August 1 depending on the desired program entry date.
All applicants - except School of Health Sciences - are required to submit the following materials:
A completed application for graduate admission.
2021 GRADUATE STUDENT APPLICATION
- Students applying to the Five-Year & Fast Track Professional Studies Master of Education Program
- Students applying for the M.A.Ed. History or M.A., Community & Organizational Leadership
Official transcripts from all colleges previously attended.
*Students currently enrolled in Emory & Henry must formally request your transcripts be sent to the Office of Graduate Admissions.
Three professional recommendations from individuals familiar with your work.
Essay: prompt can be found on the application.
Official GRE Scores. (not required for M.Ed. program)
*The Admissions Committee may request other data as deemed appropriate. Specific admissions requirements can be found on a program’s webpage located below.
School of Health Science Information
Find out more about our graduate programs at the School of Health Sciences at our Marion Campus!
Note: Only the School of Health Sciences graduate and doctoral programs require a deposit fee. Please visit the School of Health Sciences website for more information on specific application requirements.