OVERVIEW AND REQUIREMENTS
To promote equity in education and productive collaboration, the Educational Studies program at Rhodes College has partnered with other institutions to implement a pipeline program that will provide highly qualified and motivated students interested in entering the teaching field with guaranteed admission to Rhodes’ Master of Arts in Urban Education program.
Partnerships are currently in place with and .
The criteria by which Millsaps and Birmingham Southern graduates may receive guaranteed admission to the Master of Arts in Urban Education program at Rhodes include:
- Completion of a bachelor’s degree in the content area a student wishes to teach in (for secondary candidates) or in a liberal arts or science field (for elementary candidates)
- A cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or higher
- Qualifying PRAXIS I (Praxis® Core Academic Skills for Educators) and subject area PRAXIS scores (Praxis® Subject Assessments) as required by the Tennessee Board of Education. Passing scores can be found on the .
Applicants for the pipeline program are also required to complete the general requirements for admission to the Master of Arts in Urban Education program, including the submission of a personal statement and two letters of recommendation.
If a student meets all of the above noted requirements, the student shall be eligible for guaranteed admission to the Master of Arts in Urban Education program.
For more information about these partnerships, please contact:
Graduate Program Coordinator
Associate Professor, Education and Psychology
Birmingham Southern College
Chair, Education Department
If you are affiliated with an institution that is interested in learning more about opportunities to partner with the Master of Arts in Urban Education program, please send your inquiry to urbanedgradinfo@.