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.
The Appalachian studies program offers students diverse opportunities for academic study, service learning, participatory research, community outreach, and advocacy related to the Applachian region.
The Arts Administration minor, a 24 credit hour program at Morehead State University, provides management skills in the arts and non-profit sector in preparation for future career opportunities.
The Department of Communication, Media & Leadership Studies area in Convergent Media prepares students for careers in production, journalism and multimedia-based work.
The Department of Communication, Media & Leadership Studies area in Strategic Communication prepares students for professional, business, and educational careers in public relations, promotions, event planning, social media content development, communication consultation, and leadership studies.
The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major or an area in art provides for
the study of art within a liberal arts curriculum. Emphasis is placed
upon the study of studio art. It is suitable for preparing students for
in art other than teaching art in the public schools.
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Art Education P-12 with a major or an
area provides for the study of art within a liberal arts curriculum.
Emphasis is placed upon the study of art education and studio art. The
is suitable for preparing students for careers in teaching art in the
public schools and meets teacher certification requirements.
The International Studies Minor in Canadian Studies begins with Perspectives on Canada, an introductory team taught course, then focuses on advanced courses in Canadian history, government, and economic and social policies from comparative and international perspectives, and concludes with a summer internship in the Canadian Parliament.
Beginning in the Fall 2012 semester, MSU students have the option to obtain a minor in Chemical Dependency. This minor would provide additional preparation for those students pursuing a career in the substance abuse field.
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.
One of few in the country, the program gives students an opportunity to be taught by accomplished faculty members who are working writers through studio-oriented creative writing workshops in poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Students are provided a solid foundation of literature courses and complete courses in the humanities, the natural and social sciences and world languages.
This program focuses on understanding the causes of crime, the structure of the criminal justice system as well as how this system operates with regard to both sentencing and innovative treatment in the 21st century.
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.
The Minor in Dance is for those students who desire to pursue a major in
another field but also want formal training in dance.
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