Applicants can apply online at www.newhaven.edu/apply.
In addition to the completed application form, the following materials are required and should be submitted to the Graduate Admissions Office (See mailing instructions):
- Official transcript(s) from all colleges and universities attended
To be considered official, transcripts must be stamped and sealed by the issuing institution. The University of New Haven can accept transcripts issued directly to the student if the transcripts are presented in a sealed envelope from the original institution.
- Two letters of recommendations
Please note that recommendations should be from professional educators or colleagues who can attest to the applicant’s teaching or educational background and his/her suitability to this program.
- Personal Statement
The IT&DML program is at the forefront of global initiatives in education and the effective use of technology in instruction. This program is designed for professionals working in all types of educational settings, who understand that twenty-first century teachers must embrace and utilize the technological, cultural, and sociological changes that will support a differently-connected society.
In your 1-2 page Personal Statement, please address: 1) your professional and/or life experience as it relates to the hallmarks of the Sixth Year IT&DML Certificate program; 2) your professional goals and how a degree from our program relates to those goals; 3) your reasons for pursuing an advanced degree at the University of New Haven.
Candidates must also meet the following requirements:
- Master’s degree from a regionally-accredited university
- Satisfy one of the following:
- hold, or be eligible to obtain, Connecticut teaching certification
- Or be involved in a professional education or training capacity.
Graduate Admissions Office
University of New Haven
300 Boston Post Road
West Haven, CT 06516