Plan a Visit

Learn more about what the College of Education & Human Development and the MU campus have to offer. Schedule a campus visit! To include an appointment with the College of Education & Human Development in addition to your campus tour, select Education as an Academic Interest after you select a date for your tour.

For graduate program visits and application process, please see below.

Undergraduate Admissions

For information about applying as an undergraduate, go to the undergraduate admissions website.

Learn more about our undergraduate degree programs.

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Current Missouri statute requires students to provide an entrance exam score to be considered for admission into the Teacher Education Program (Mid-Level). At Mizzou, we accept any of the following tests: ACT, SAT, MoGEA, Paraprofessional Exam, and the Elementary Education MoCA (which is a certification exam). For the ACT/SAT, we utilize the minimum scores established by Admissions. For the MoGEA, our cut scores are 183 (reading), 167 (writing), and 180 (math). For the paraprofessional exam and the elementary education MoCA, we follow the statewide qualifying score of 220. 
For students who do not have one of these five entrance exams to submit for consideration OR if your score is lower than those indicated, your admissibility will be determined holistically by a committee. If you have any questions about entrance exam scores or admission to the Teacher Education Program at Mizzou, please contact our Office of Advising at 573-882-5659 or

Graduate Admissions

To apply for a graduate program, most applicants will start with the online graduate application.

The Graduate School website includes information about the application process for:

  • Degree-seeking, non-degree-seeking and certificate program applicants
  • Distance/online students
  • Dual enrollment for senior undergraduate students
  • Readmitted students

Be sure to check application instructions for your individual graduate degree program, as there might be additional instructions or materials you’ll need to complete.

Please reach out to your specific graduate department for questions or additional information: