A two-step admission process is used for screening applicants:
- Faculty members will review the application materials and make an admissions recommendation. A personal interview may be requireed.
- The Doctoral Review Council approves or disapproves the application and makes its recommendation to the Dean of the School of Education.
At the time of doctoral study application, students identify transfer courses. A maximum of six (6) post- master's credits may be transferred into the program. Courses must have been taken within eight (8) years of the date of application for admission and the grade earned must be a B or better. International credits to be transferred must be evaluated according to Barry University policies. Up to 12 credits may be applied toward the Ed.D. or PhD degree from a Barry University specialist degree program.
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Special Student Status (Non-degree-seeking and provisionally accepted)
Applicants may be permitted to take two doctoral courses (6 credits) on the basis of a signed application and proof of a master's degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education, with the approval of the specialization coordinator.