Master of Science in Education

 

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Graduate Programs offered through the Departments of:

  • Early Childhood
  • Educational Foundations and Instruction
  • Educational Leadership
  • Inclusive Services and Exceptional Learners

The mission of the Dwight Schar College of Education, an exemplary private education college in the Midwest, is to ensure that graduates will transform students, schools, and society through the collaboration with expert, caring faculty who engage effective preservice and practicing educators and human service professionals.

 

Admission and Application Information

Regular admission procedures are based on evidence of the following:

Completed Application for Admission at Ashland University website http://www.ashland.edu ; $30 application fee; official transcript showing a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university; cumulative grade-point average of 2.75 or above (4.0 system) or a minimum graduate GPA of 3.0 (a minimum of 12 graduate semester hours required.)  Provisional admission procedures are available. Please contact Ashland University for more information.

 

Registration, Scheduling and Advising Information

Students interested in this program are encouraged to contact Ashland University Graduate, Online, and Adult Advising Center for Academic Support at:
GOS-advising@ashland.edu
Phone:  419-289-5081

 

Tuition and Fee Schedule

All fees are subject to change; please contact the Student Accounts Office at 800-882-1548.

Graduate Programs Sheet

 

Educational Leadership

The graduate program offered by the Ashland University College of Education through the LCCC University Partnership is designed to provide functionally integrated academic, experimental and field-based study necessary to the personal and professional growth of educators.

Toward this end, the program includes four distinct components: a common core of studies focusing on the foundations of education, program courses in educational leadership organized around instructional leadership and organizational management, an administrative internship and an inquiry seminar capstone experience.

Upon completion of the MED in Educational Leadership, students transition to the Educational Administration Licensure program. Six hours of coursework in the Administrative Licensure program is required to acquire building principal or curriculum, instruction, and professional development licensure.

 

Registration, Scheduling and Advising Information

Students interested in this program are encouraged to contact Ashland University Graduate, Online, and Adult Advising Center for Academic Support at:
GOS-advising@ashland.edu
Phone:  419-289-5081

 

Tuition and Fee Schedule

All fees are subject to change; please contact the Student Accounts Office at 800-882-1548.

Educational Program Sheet