The Specialist in Education degree program offers students who have demonstrated superior scholastic ability and special interest and aptitude in certain areas the opportunity to gain a high level of competency in a chosen specialized field for service at the post-secondary level.
This program is designed to develop the capacity of individuals to plan, organize, and carry through a variety of education and service programs to meet adult learners' needs in postsecondary and adult continuing education institutions. This program is not approved for rank change for public school teachers.
This is a nonteaching program for individual interested in child development, and or planning on working in or running private child care programs.
This program is intended to train Direct Support Professionals (DSP). These individual are typically employed as staff in a wide range of community agencies providing support to people who need help to be self-sufficient including people with disabilities or chronic illness; children and youth who are at risk; and families who need assistance in supporting family members.
The graduate program in counseling prepares people as school counselors and mental health counselors at the Educational Specialist level. Graduates in the Educational Specialist programs develop advanced skills in clinical work and research. Successful completion of the requirements leads to a Provisional Counseling Certificate grades P-12.
This program provides counselor education preparation and training of the highest possible quality thorough integration of excellence in teaching, currency, and relevance of curriculum and content, and a commitment to the preparation of ethical and effective counselors trained to high standards of theoretical knowledge and clinical skill.
Rank 1 is designed to provide preparation and competency in counseling for school counselor candidates.
The Specialist in Education degree program offers students who have demonstrated superior scholastic ability and special interest and aptitude in certain areas the opportunity to gain a high level of competency in a chosen specialized field for service as instructors, supervisors, or administrators.
This program is a 21-semester hour program. Each of the following courses must be included in either the master's or postmaster's work. Additional courses may be necessary where prerequisites to these courses have not been completed.
The MSU doctorate in education (EdD) is designed to meet the distinctive needs of P–12 practitioner-leaders by addressing the call put forth by the Southern Regional Education Board and others to ensure that there is a “quality leader in every school." Our doctoral program offers two tracks for specialization: one in Educational Technology Leadership and another in P-12 Administrative Leadership.
This program prepare its graduate to provide state of the art, research based instruction to children in primary through the fifth grade.
Teachers completing this M.A. program will receive training in the areas of instructional technology and design based on best practices in instructional computer technology. This program will support the efforts of teachers who are interested in integrating technology into their instruction and are interested in providing instructional technology and instructional design leadership.
This program is designed to prepare teachers to become instructional leaders in the area of technology integration in P-16 curriculum and instructional design.
This is a certification only program which allows individuals with prior teacher education certification to become certified to teach at the P-5 level.
Rank 1 programs aim to refine teachers’ instructional skills and arm them with the latest trends in education models, behavior patterns, technology, and leadership techniques.
This program leads to certification for Teachers working with young children from birth through kindergarten.
The Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education program prepares individual with no prior teacher preparation to work with young children from birth through kindergarten. It leads to teacher certification and a Masters degree. While enrolled in the program degree candidates can be employed as fully qualified teacher in Kentucky Schools.
This program prepares individual with no prior teacher preparation to work with students with a range of disabilities in either the so-called mild (LBD: e.g. learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, behavioral disorders, etc.) or severe range (MSD: e.g. severe intellectual disability, autism, multiple disability, etc.) in public school programs at any grade level.
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