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This program prepare its graduate to provide state of the art, research based instruction to children in primary through the fifth grade.
Middle Grades program is a teacher education degree program with various component areas to be chosen by the candidate. It is a rich focused program aligned with leading middle grades and professional organizations. For persons interested in a middle grades education degree, please contact Dr. Karen Lafferty, Middle Grades Education Program Coordinator, Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education.
The psychology minor program is a companion program for students majoring in another field of study.
Social work is a profession for those who find fulfillment and reward in making a difference in the everyday lives of individuals. Specifically, social workers help those in need of critical resources including: medical and mental health services, income maintenance, child welfare and protection, domestic violence intervention, and assistance for the elderly. Social work also offers the opportunity to improve the community and make it a better place to live. The bachelors of social work (BSW) prepares students as generalist practitioners for entry-level professional practice.
This program prepares our graduates 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. It also certify graduate to teach in the middle school.
This program prepares our graduates 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. Additionally graduates meet the requirements for P-5 teaching.
Students can receive an Associate or Bachelors of University Studies degree. A major, minor, or area of concentration is not required for the Bachelor of University Studies degree. Students may take a wide variety of subjects or concentrate all studies beyond the general education requirements in a single discipline.
Students are now able to apply an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees from Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) toward the completion of an online Bachelor of University Studies in Professional Studies at MSU.
Fall 2014 TermAugust 18-December 12August 18 All on and off campus classes beginAugust 25 Last day to add a class for creditSeptember 1 Labor Day University ClosedOctober 8 First Half semester October 9 & 10 Fall Break Students OnlyOctober 15 Last day to apply for Fall 2014 graduationNovember 5-18 Advance Registration for Spring & Summer 2015November 26-28 Thanksgiving BreakDecember 8-12 Final ExamsDecember 13 Graduation Ceremony
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