The LTEC department does not require applicants to include a particular element in their Statement of Objectives however we do provide applicants with a Statement of Objectives guide to steer them in the right direction.
The LTEC department abides by the required minimum scores as set by the UH Manoa Graduate Division. As such, there may not be a minimum score requirement. Nonetheless, test scores should reflect an adequate understanding of English.
The LTEC department takes all aspects of an application into consideration and as such, does not have a minimum GRE score requirement. That being said, an application should be well-rounded and an applicant’s GRE scores should demonstrate adequate academic competency.
Yes, the Master’s Program runs in cohorts, which means that you will be taking your core classes with the same people.
Yes. To start taking classes in summer, you will need to apply to the Outreach College as an unclassified graduate student until you are accepted into the program. After you are accepted, you will need to transfer your credits toward the program. Please contact the LTEC Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information on applying for summer … read more of Can I start taking LTEC Summer classes before I have been accepted into the program?
When applying to take the GRE, input UH Manoa’s code (4867) in the University code section, and your results will automatically be sent to UH Manoa Graduate Division. Therefore, you will not need to personally send a copy of your results to either Graduate Division or the LTEC Department.
The faculty review committee begins reviewing applications after the deadline. You can expect to the committee to come to a decision regarding your application around late April or early May; the information will be sent out around that time. It is also possible for this information to be released earlier or later than the aforementioned … read more of When will I find out when I have been admitted?
You would have to get the instructor’s approval by contacting them via email. Please contact the LTEC office at email@example.com for further assistance if the instructor is unavailable.
Yes, up to 6 credits (2 courses) can be transferred into the Master’s program. To have credits from LTEC courses that you have previously taken count towards your degree, you will need to fill out a Petition to Transfer Credits Form and send it back to the LTEC office.
No, required courses are only offered in the fall and spring semesters, and must be completed in sequence. However, many students complete electives during summer sessions. In the first year, students must take two required courses in each of their first fall and spring semesters.