On campus housing information can be obtained from the Student Housing Services office. Many MEdT candidates find off-campus housing near their placements or in central Honolulu and carpool with other classmates in their cohort.
Students seeking financial aid must work with the Financial Aid Office. The College of Education offers a limited number of scholarships that can be applied for via STAR. More information can be found on the OSAS website. The MEdT does not have any graduate assistantships, but those interested in employment at UH (which can include a tuition … read more of What kind of financial aid/graduate assistantships are available?
The Schedule of Classes is available online here: Class Availability. Please note that core MEdT classes (ITE 601-613) are not printed in the schedule of classes. Space is reserved for candidates in the cohort. Meeting dates and times will be distributed by cohort coordinators.
The Health Clearance requirements are: Submit a Health Clearance Form: http://www.hawaii.edu/myuh/healthform/ Comply with the State of Hawaii Tuberculosis clearance guidelines Provide documentation of immunity to measles, mumps and rubella
No. Once the College receives your Praxis scores from ETS, they become property of the University and cannot be released back to the student or forwarded to another institution on behalf of of the student. Please be sure to download a copy of your Examinee Score Report. They are only available for a limited time … read more of Can I get a copy of my Praxis scores from UH or the COE?
No, students should expect to spend the equivalent of 2 full days (7:30 – 3:00) in their assigned classroom the first year. Schedules vary between cohorts and partner schools. The second year are full-time experiences. MEdT candidates are expected to follow the Hawaii DOE school calendar and keep the hours of full-time teachers (7:30 – 3:00pm). … read more of Is the MEdT program offered part-time?
The MEdT program has two delivery options: Manoa (face-to-face) Program and a Statewide (hybrid) Distance Program. Although applicants can choose their preferred participation method, preference for the Statewide Distance Program is given to those residing on a neighbor island or teaching full-time. The Statewide Distance Program is offered in a hybrid format meaning that it is a … read more of Is the MEdT program offered on-line?
MEdT candidates pay the standard UH Manoa Graduate Tuition & Fees. The approximate cost based on the 2020-2021 tuition schedule is $30,000 for 46 credits. The most recently posted tuition rates are available on the Manoa Admission & Records Website.
You will need to complete the residency declaration form that is a part of the Graduate Division Application. More information on Hawaii Residency Requirements can be found on the Office of Admissions web page.
The MEdT is a two-year full time program. We understand that MEdT candidates may need to work to cover their living and educational expenses, but their work schedules will need to be built around the program coursework and field schedules. Please visit our candidate handbook for our employment policy. In semesters one and two, students can expect … read more of Can I work part-time while in the program?