The College of Education and Human Services, together with the Office of Graduate Admissions & Support Services, will be hosting a Graduate Information Session on March 26, 2008 from 6:00 – 7:30pm. This Information Session, Shaping our Schools: Graduate Programs for Teacher Leadership and Educational Administration, will provide an overview of the application and admission process. It will also provide information regarding graduate programs for those aspiring to lead both in the classroom and through administrative roles:
* M.A. in Educational Leadership (for teachers interested in formal administrative roles)
* M.Ed. in Early Childhood Elementary Education (for early childhood and elementary teachers interested in leading initiatives in
teaching and learning)
* M.A. in Reading, including Reading Specialist Certification (for early childhood and elementary teachers interested in leading
initiatives in literacy)
* M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership (for teachers with subject-area certifications interested in leading initiatives in teaching and
* M.A. in Counseling, School Counseling, Substance Awareness Coordinator Certification and Post-Masters School Counseling
Certification (for those interested in leading educational efforts with students outside of the classroom)
* Associate School Library Media Specialist (for teachers interested in leading efforts in educational media)
* Gifted and Talented Certificate (for teachers interested in leading gifted programs for gifted and talented students)
Faculty from an array of academic departments will be present to discuss their programs and help you choose the program the fits your career needs.
To register for this event, please visit the Graduate Admissions website. We encourage you to attend this session and take the next step in your career!