Educational Policy, Master of Arts in Educational Studies
Interdisciplinary in nature, Educational Policy helps students develop the skills to understand, analyze, evaluate and write about policy processes and issues in education that are designed to drive practical improvements in education settings at all levels.
Test scores: No GRE required
Minimum Program hours
Deadline to apply
Spring - October 1
Summer - April 1
Autumn - December 1
Spring, Summer, and Autumn Semester
Additional Application Requirements
Academic Writing Sample
Special Statement of Intent
- What motivates you to pursue a degree in Educational Policy from OSU?
- How will a degree in Educational Policy support your professional goals or career aspirations?
- What areas of research in Educational Policy are you most interested in exploring? How might your research inform important local, national, and/or international policy conversations related to racial and gender equity, democratic education, education and power, global policy networks, decolonial approaches to education, or other areas of critical inquiry in educational policy?