University of Tyler
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What are the admission requirements?
UT Tyler offers more than 80 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.Our classes provide personalized learning with a highly favorable 17:1 student-to-professor ratio.Our graduates are recognized as high achievers: Three out of 5 receive job offers before graduation.Attending UT Tyler is one of the best values in education in Texas and our graduates are sought after by employers across the state and beyond.High School Rank in Class and SAT (ACT) Score An applicant who graduates from an accredited high school in one of the two years preceding the academic year for which the applicant is apply for admission and who has a grade point average in the top 10% of the applicant & high school graduating class satisfied ACT & College Readiness Benchmarks on the ACT assessment application to the applicant, or earned on the SAT assessment a score of at least 1500 out of 2400 or the equivalent.
What type of education degrees plans are offered?
Early Childhood through Sixth Grade/ESL/Special Education Certification Grades 4 – 8 Math and Science Certification (UTeach) Secondary All Level Certification Secondary Math and Science (UTeach)
School Counseling MA Degree
A master’s degree in school counseling from The University of Texas at Tyler offers an excellent foundation to begin your career in counseling in a school setting.Complete your master’s degree program online in just 18 months. The program requires just 36 credit hours instead of the 42-48 credit hours typically required by programs in other universities.UT Tyler’s master’s in school counseling program has a 100% pass rate on the TExES professional school counselors certification examination, putting our graduates among the best prepared in Texas.