Hybrid Online Graduate Program
Frequently Asked Questions
How is a hybrid online program better than a 100% online program?
Because Schreiner University's Online Graduate Program uses a hybrid approach, you will have both the benefit of face to face sessions with your professor and fellow classmates and the convenience of weekly online instruction and completion of assignments. You will meet once a month on campus during the regular semester and approximately once a week during the summer semester. This will allow for personal assistance and instruction and the opportunity to collaborate with other students in discussion, projects, and presentations.
How soon can I get started?
Right Away! Go to the How to Apply page to apply online! You may enter the program in fall, spring, or summer semester.
What are the requirements?
Students must have completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university. Additionally students should have a love of learning and a passion for teaching.
How do I apply?
1) Complete an online application.
2) Send the online reference form link to three colleagues to complete on your behalf.
3) Send all official college/university transcripts to:
2100 Memorial Drive
3) Set up an interview with Dr. Cramer at email@example.com. Interview may be in person or by phone if you are not available to meet on campus.
For help with processing your application contact the Graduate Admission Counselor, Caroline Randall, at 830-792-7224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do I Have to take the GRE?
The GRE requirement will be waived if applicants have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale!
What if I do not have a 3.0 GPA or I do not score well on the GRE?
If you have a 3.0 GPA or higher, your application can be processed immediately. If your GPA is lower than a 3.0, please set up an interview with the director of graduate studies, Dr. Neva Cramer. We will discuss your situation and do everything we can to help you attain your academic and career goals in education. You may be eligible to enter our program provisionally, on the basis of maintaining a 3.0 GPA in your master's program.
How will I prepare and turn in assignments online?
Assignments will be emailed to your professor or submitted online through your SchreinerOne account, and you will create an online portfolio to display your work throughout the semester. Instructions will be provided and tech assistance is available.
Still have questions?
Dr. Neva Cramer - Masters in Education Program
830-792-7266 or NVCramer@schreiner.edu
Dr. Tom Purifoy - Principal Certification Program
830-792-7377 or TPurifoy@schreiner.edu
Graduate Admissions Office - Caroline Randall, Graduate Admission Counselor
830-792-7224 or CARandall@schreiner.edu