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Admission Process

​The admission process begins when you select the right program for you. With a variety of graduate-level programs from master’s and doctoral degrees to credential additions like endorsements and certificates, DePaul's College of Education has the right match for you.

After you've made your selection, you can complete the graduate application form, submit supplemental application materials, request letters of recommendation and pay the application fee through our online application system.

All applicants are required to possess:

  • A conferred bachelor's degree from an accredited institution
  • Evidence of adequate background for the selected program to which you are applying
  • One official transcript from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended
  • Résumé

All application materials, including a completed College of Education application for graduate admission and $40 domestic application fee or $75 international application fee, should be mailed to:

DePaul University
College of Education
Office of Graduate Admissions
2400 N. Sheffield Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614

Application Deadlines

Admission decisions for most College of Education graduate programs are made on a rolling basis, but the regular application deadlines listed for each program are set to give applicants time for full consideration for admission and financial aid. Graduate programs that admit new students on a rolling basis will continue to accept and process applications after the regular application deadline if space is available.

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