The School of Education has a rolling admissions policy. Once you submit all required materials and take all necessary steps to complete an application to your program of choice, the admissions committee will review your application and render an admissions decision. The doctoral program’s Signature and Higher Education pathways offer one start term: the fall semester, beginning in late August. The doctoral program’s Dissertation Completion pathway (“All But Dissertation” or “ABD”) has two options available: individualized advising and support, in select classes on the Manhattanville campus, with start terms in spring, summer, or fall; OR an online cohort with classes via synchronous online learning and extended weekend residency in July with a summer start term. The deadline to apply for the ABD online cohort is March 1, 2020. To be eligible for the doctoral program, you must have a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from an accredited institution.
Interview (upon completion of the application, an in-person interview with the doctoral admissions committee)
International Students: demonstrate English language proficiency.
English language exam
TOEFL iBT score of 110 or higher
IELTS score of 8 or higher
Or an equivalent exam result
A certified translation and/or external evaluation of international credentials to determine equivalency of a United States bachelor’s degree.
The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) accredited Manhattanville College School of Education at the initial-licensure level. CAEP is the only recognized national accreditor for educator preparation. Manhattanville College School of Education has met rigorous national standards for educator preparation set by CAEP.