Appalachian State University Reich College of Education

By | April 28, 2018

Education School Admissions

Application

Director of admissions Sandra Krause
Application deadline rolling
Application fee $55

Appalachian State University Reich College of Education
TOEFL

TOEFL required for international students Yes
Minimum TOEFL score required 550 paper test
79 internet-based test

Post-baccalaureate certificate programs

Applications 102
Acceptance rate 82.4%
Enrollment 1 full-time
104 part-time
Test requirements Neither GRE or MAT scores are considered or required for any of the programs

Master’s programs

Applications 921
Acceptance rate 57.4%
Enrollment 297 full-time
722 part-time
Test requirements Either GRE or MAT scores are considered or required for some or all of the programs

Education Specialist programs

Applications 66
Acceptance rate 48.5%
Enrollment 16 full-time
55 part-time
Test requirements Either GRE or MAT scores are considered or required for some or all of the programs

Ph.D./Ed.D. programs

Applications 29
Acceptance rate 51.7%
Enrollment 6 full-time
74 part-time
Test requirements GRE scores are considered or required for some or all of the programs

Education School Academics

Degree and Program Offerings

Degree programs offered bachelor’s, post-baccalaureate certificate, master’s, education specialist, Ed.D.
Programs/courses offered in
curriculum and instruction secondary teacher education
education administration special education
elementary teacher education student counseling
higher education administration technical
Categories of study offered to master’s students teaching track, counseling/psychology track, administration track, other
Categories of study offered to education specialist students counseling/psychology track, administration track
Any programs in education offered off campus Yes
Any programs in education offered through distance education Yes

Program Specialization
97.3 percent of students reported specialty information. Totals may exceed 100% due to students with multiple specialities.

education administration and supervision 15%
student counseling and personnel services 12%
curriculum and instruction 2%
elementary teacher education 6%
higher education administration 8%
junior high/intermediate/middle school teacher education 3%
secondary teacher education 4%
special education 2%
technical teacher education (vocational) 0%
educational/instructional media design 19%
other 32%

Graduates (2010)

Certificate program graduates 8
Master’s program graduates 752
Education specialist program graduates 34
Doctoral program graduates 10

Faculty Resources

Full-time faculty 294
Part-time faculty 22
Full-time faculty with doctoral degrees 93%
Full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty who received awards or were editors of educational journals during 2009 and 2010 0.0%

Research Expenditures (2009-2010)

Total amount of externally funded research conducted by the school (in millions) $3.5
Full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty engaged in externally funded research 11.3%

Education School Ranking

Education Ranking Scores

Score 37
Peer assessment score (out of 5) 2.5
Superintendent assessment score (out of 5) 3.5
Average GRE verbal score, entering doctoral students 550 – High
Average GRE quantitative score, entering doctoral students 531 – Medium
Doctoral programs acceptance rate 51.7% – Medium
Ratio of doctoral degrees granted to full-time faculty 0.0:1 – Low
Student-faculty ratio 0.1:1 – Low
Average amount of externally funded research expenditure per faculty member (in thousands) $12.0
Total amount of externally funded research conducted by the school (in millions) $3.5

Education School Cost

Financial Aid Contact Information

Financial aid director Esther Manogin
Financial aid phone (828) 262-2190

Expenses

Tuition
Full-time: $3,420 per year (in-state)
Full-time: $14,520 per year (out-of-state)
Part-time: $168 per credit (in-state)
Part-time: $712 per credit (out-of-state)
Required fees $2,320 per year
Room and board N/A
Books and supplies $1,000
Miscellaneous expenses $3,000

Financial Aid Availability

Fellowships N/A
Teaching assistants 10
Research assistants 50
Other appointments 9
Students receiving grants and/or scholarships 30