Terms of Enrollment
Fall Term (September)
Spring Term (January)
Summer Term (May)
- A Bachelor’s Degree from a college or university accredited by the appropriate regional association with a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent work experience in professional academic and/or government or private industry positions and achievements. Each applicant’s specific experience will be evaluated by the KSI Admissions Committee.
- Official transcripts from all previous universities or colleges attended or proof of work equivalent
- Three completed recommendation letters, Completion of application, and Application fee
- A Graduate Record Examination (GRE) revised General Test score or a Miller’s Analogy Test(MAT) score at or above the 50th percentile. The GRE or MAT requirement will be waived if an applicant has completed a Master’s degree or twelve or more credits of post- baccalaureate upper division or graduate coursework with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Additionally, all international applicants whose native language is not English are required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and submit a combined score of 550 or better (new scoring of 213 or better) or the Internet based test scoring of 80 or better. International transcripts are required to be translated if the grading and evaluation system used differs from those used by the United States education system. Official translation and a course- by-course evaluation from all prior institutions and grade-point average computation must be provided to the Office of Admissions. Please use one of the following services for evaluation.
World Educational Services 22 Prince St.
New York, NY 10012
Josef Silny & Associates
7101 SW 102 Ave.
Miami, FL 33173
KSI reserves the right to deny admissions to any prospective student for any reason/cause as determined by KSI. In the event of a denial of a request for admission a student may appeal to the admissions committee.
Tuition & Fees
Application Fee (one-time, nonrefundable) $150 Library Fee (each semester) $150
All Graduate Certificate Programs ($2,000/course) $8,000
All Master of Science Programs ($2,000/course) $24,000
Graduate Co-Op Program ($600 per semester for $1,800 maximum 3 terms for M.S. and maximum 1 term for
Graduate Certificates, non-refundable)
Graduation Fee Digital Graduate Certificate/Degree $100 only (one-time, non-refundable)
Graduation Fee Digital and Hardbound Graduate $250 Certificate/Degree (one-time, non-refundable)
The University reserves the right to adjust the above expenses at the beginning of each term.
Applicants to Kepler have access to a variety of funding options, including merit-based (i.e. based on your academic performance) and need-based (i.e. based on your financial situation) opportunities. View financial support opportunities.
Students enrolled in this Graduate Certificate program will study the evolving contemporary issues in education that impacts research, policy, and practice. This program takes an interdisciplinary approach and emphasizes collaboration, investigation of novel educational systems and capacity building in space settlements. In addition to gaining a core foundational knowledge in theory, methods and research in education, students will address a range of domains including: human development, equity, learning and teaching, equality and justice, communities, institutions and societies on Earth and settlements in Space.
To successfully complete the program and earn the Graduate Certificate, students must fulfill all credit hour requirements, maintain a minimum GPA (as specified by the program) and meet any additional criteria set by the university or department.
Choose any three of the courses listed below and one three-credit elective from any graduate program.
EDU 500: Foundations of Quality Education (3 credits)
This course examines historical and contemporary contexts of education systems through a multitude of perspectives, including philosophical, political, social, legal, and economic. This course is designed to develop an understanding of the professional standards in education based on the principles and practice of quality sciences and management to achieve quality education.
EDU 501: Learning and Development: Theory and Practice (3 credits)
This course provides an evaluation of theoretical principles of learning, with a focus towards education for children, adolescents, and adults. Current trends and approaches on differentiated instruction, understanding of learners with exceptionalities (behavioral, communication, intellectual, physical, and/or multiple combinations), and implications of learning and assessment in diverse and inclusive environments are considered in the context of relevant applications.
EDU 502: Novel Approaches to Education (3 credits)
This course surveys practices of traditional education schooling systems, examines models of curriculum design, and the implications of information and communication technologies in the teaching and learning process. An emphasis is placed on integrating current theories and available tools, as well as the promotion of self-directed, holistic, and experiential learning in alternative settings.