- Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with 3.0 minimum grade point average (GPA) in the final 60 semester hours.
- Your current resume.
- GRE is not required for this program.
Include a scanned copy of your transcripts with your online application, then arrange for an official copy to be sent to both Graduate Admissions and School of Education after you receive an offer of admission.
Graduate School Testing Requirements
GRE is not required for this program.
Include your most recent resume.
Applying as an International Student
- International students might be required to submit TOEFL scores, immigration documents, and other additional materials with their application.
- We require a minimum TOEFL score of 90 (IBT) or IELTS score of 6.5 for admission. Test scores should be sent to us using ETS institution code 5859.
Additional Information/Supporting Material
Applicants are welcome to submit any additional information with application material that would be useful in the evaluation of your application.
How much is tuition?
Tuition varies based on in-state or out-of-state status and whether or not you are a teacher. Virtual Campus students do not have to pay activity fees, only a technology fee. Graduate tuitions and fees are listed at http://www.bursar.vt.edu. Our campus is considered Virtual.
For questions regarding tuition and fees, please contact the Bursar's Office at email@example.com.
Completed forms for the K-12 Employee Reduced Tuition should be mailed or faxed to Graduate School at the following address:
Graduate Life Center
Virginia Tech (0325)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
A question on the application for graduate admission asks whether you want to be considered for a teaching assistantship. Check yes. Please note that Indicating that you wish to be considered for an assistantship does not mean that you will be offered one, only that you wish to be considered for one, if available.
Degree-seeking students must include a $75 fee with their application, though check to see if you qualify for a waiver or reduced fee.
To apply to the graduate program, students must submit the Virginia Tech Graduate School online application.
- Spring: January 1
- Summer: May 1
- *Fall: August 1
- Spring: September 1
- Summer: January 1
- *Fall: April 1
*Deadline for early decision admission with full funding consideration for Fall: March 1.
- Please select an Application Type: First Time Graduate Study or Readmission
- Please select a Program:
- Please select a Program Option: N/A
- Please select a Degree Type:
- Please select a Campus:
- Please select a Term:
Include a scanned copy of your college transcripts with your online application, then arrange for an official copy to be sent to us after you receive an offer of admission.
The official transcripts showing degree conferral should be sent directly from your institution(s) to Graduate Admissions and School of Education:
Virginia Tech Graduate Admissions
120 Graduate Life Center at Donaldson Brown (Mail Code 0325)
155 Otey Street NW
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
Office of Academic Programs
School of Education
402 Wallace Hall (0565)
295 West Campus Drive
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
Send official scores to Virginia Tech Graduate School, code 5859.
There is a discount for in-state K-12 teachers; use this application form in order to receive the reduced costs. Otherwise, as with on-campus students, we refer you to the VT Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid for information on financial assistance. Generally, distance learners may qualify for federal loans if they take 5 or more credit hours per semester.
The Graduate School sends an official offer of admission to applicants upon the recommendation of the department faculty. Admitted applicants who are offered graduate assistantships at Virginia Tech are not required to make a decision to commit to the assistantship offer until April 15. See the assistantships page for more details.