How to apply
Submit all required materials as part of your special education MEd application.
Project PACT personnel will follow the high standards for admission required by the University of Minnesota as well as additional project specific requirements, including:
- Evidence of minimally 300 hours of experience working with children (preferably children who are DHH and/or with disabilities).
- Minimum undergraduate degree of 3.0 or better
- While scholars will not be selected based on race, ethnicity or national origin, we will seek to recruit highly qualified scholars from underrepresented cultural and linguistic backgrounds, including individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, children of Deaf adults (CODAs), and parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing and/or have disabilities.
- Undergraduate degree in the areas of special education, Deaf education, elementary education, bilingual/ESL education, and Deaf studies
- A personal statement (as part of your MEd application) which indicates your interest in Project PACT and your commitment to serving DHH children and/or children with disabilities
- Three letters of recommendations (two required for the MEd application and one additional to qualify for Project PACT)
- Video submission of ASL skills (for DHH applicants)
If you have any questions during the application process, please contact us.
DHH teaching licensure and MEd
Debbie Golos, PhD
ABS teaching licensure and MEd
Kathy Seifert, PhD
Learning Disabilities Licensure and MEd Program Coordinator