The Master of Science degree in Career, Technical and Leadership Education
includes both a Community and Leadership Development (CLD) option and a Career and Technical Education (CTE)
option. In either option, students have
considerable flexibility in planning a program that meets individual needs.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
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Frequently Asked Questions.
The University of Kentucky is committed to a policy of providing educational
opportunities to all qualified students regardless of economic or social status
and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, national
origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital
status, age, veteran status or physical or mental disability.
Admission to the graduate program in Career, Technical and Leadership
Education is based on a combination of the following factors: undergraduate GPA,
letters of reference, GRE scores, fit between applicant's professional
experience and goals and the program's focus and resources, and, in some cases,
a personal interview. To receive full consideration, the application deadline is
April 1 for fall semester admission to the program and October 1 for spring
More information about admission into the CTLE graduate program can be found by
Applying to the Program
The Graduate School outlines the application process through their Admissions pages.
Click here for that information.
In addition to the Graduate School application, students who apply for the CTLE Graduate Program must complete an additional application.
Click here for the application.
To check your graduate application status,
click here. If your status is "in process," then the Graduate School has not forwarded the application to the program. Please contact the Graduate School for more details.
CTLE Program options:
Specific requirements for each of the options can be
The department also
actively supports the
within the Sociology graduate program.
Rural Sociology graduate students have a wide
range of opportunities to design innovative programs of study for
the M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees. More information can be found by
clicking this specialty.
For questions about the
CTLE Graduate Program, contact:
Director of Graduate Studies
ctle admission policy
GRADUATE SCHOOL APPLICATION
GRADUATE APPLICATION STATUS
M.S. in Community and Leadership Development
M.S. in Career and Technical Education
M.a., M.s., Ph.D. in Rural Sociology &