Bachelor of Science in Education (2 + 2)
- Primary Grades/Intervention Dual Program (Pre K-5)
- Middle Childhood Licensure (Grades 4-9)
- K-12 Intervention Specialist Mild/Moderate/Intensive
The Ashland education program is based on current research, effective practice and dynamic, collaborative relationships among Ashland faculty, pre-K through 12th-grade teachers and administrators. The program is implemented through diverse experiences in university classes, field/clinical experiences, model sites and professional development centers. Ashland University believes that a professional educator is a reflective practitioner who links practice with theory in the following ways: Works cooperatively and collaboratively with all members of the educational community; Communicates clearly and effectively through a variety of means; Demonstrates understanding of human development, cultural diversity, socio-economic influences and learning differences, thereby enabling all children to learn and contribute; Employs research in areas such as learning theory and instructional methodology; Uses a variety of appropriate assessment techniques to enhance learning; Masters relevant disciplines so as to engage students in meaningful, active academic study; Integrates educational technology in the teaching and learning process; Assumes the lifelong responsibility to grow academically, professionally and personally.
Parallel LCCC Programs
- Associate of Arts Degree
- Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education (Additional bridge courses may be required)
Program Curriculum (2023-2024 pathways forthcoming)
- Students should apply during their final semester at LCCC
- Credits will be accepted for transfer from an accredited college or university if the grade earned is a C- better
- High School diploma/transcript only required if the applicant has fewer than 30 credit hours earned
- 2.25 GPA for admission to Ashland University and a 2.5 GPA for admission to Teacher Education
- Registration for fields and field blocked courses require passing test scores
To apply to the Partnership, follow the steps below:
- Complete an online application. No application fee is required for undergraduate transfer admissions. Please indicate on the application you are a transfer student under “Domestic Undergraduate Application for Admission. Select one of the majors offered in Elyria and that center location.
- $300 enrollment deposit is waived for all UP transfer students. Do not pay this deposit. For questions or if you were charged, email email@example.com
- Request all colleges you have attended to send official transcripts directly to Ashland University Registrar. An official high school transcript is required only if you transfer in less than 30 credit hours.
- Once your materials are in, check your email for an admission decision.
- Once admitted, arrange for an academic advising appointment with your Ashland advisor.
Submit all college-level transcripts to:
401 College Avenue
Ashland, OH 44805
Application Deadlines – Admission and Field Experience
Deadlines for transfer admission applications for Bachelor of Science in Education – Middle Childhood Education (Grades 4-9):
- Fall Term – apply by June 1
- Spring Term – apply by November 1
Deadlines for transfer admission applications for Bachelor of Science in Education – Intervention Specialist (Grades K-12) or Primary Grades/Intervention Specialist (P-5):
- Fall Term – apply by November 1
- Spring Term – apply by June 1
Deadlines for Ashland field applications for all Bachelor of Science in Education programs:
- Fall Term – apply by January 30
- Spring Term – apply by September 15
For More Information
Ashland Elyria office: 440-366-4080
Dr. Stephen Denney -Assistant Professor, Partnership Liaison LCCC/Ashland Dwight Schar College of Education
Registration and Scheduling Information
For registration or scheduling questions, please email your Ashland Academic Advisor. The advisor’s contact details will be on Ashland University’s website, selecting MyAU and clicking the “Self Service” student portal. See the Ashland University Academic Calendar for important academic dates and deadlines.
All fees are subject to change. For a breakdown of the semester hour tuition and fees for partnership students, please review the link titled Non-Traditional Undergraduate Division of Adult Studies Tuition. For questions, contact the Ashland Student Accounts Office at 800-882-1548 or (419) 289-5022. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.