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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMS 


MASTER OF EDUCATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 
(PRE-K THROUGH 3)

The Master’s programs in Early Childhood Education reflect the latest in theory, research, and practice to help teachers become more effective in the classroom. Faculty in Early Childhood Education are nationally-recognized scholars who work with graduate students on various projects, papers, and grants and are active in schools and agencies at the local, state, and national levels.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD  - LICENSURE ALTERNATIVE MASTER’S PROGRAM (LAMP)

The Licensure Alternative Masters Program (LAMP) in Early Childhood Education is designed for the student who already holds a baccalaureate degree in a major other than education and wants to become a licensed teacher in the State of Ohio . The program provides coursework that will lead toward initial PK - 3 teacher licensing in the State of Ohio and, at the same time, meet the requirements for a Masters Degree in Education.

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EDUCATION SPECIALIST DEGREE

The education specialist degree (Ed.S.) in Early Childhood Education prepares instructional and administrative leaders to improve engagement, effectiveness, and the quality of learning in elementary schools. Requiring a minimum of 32 hours beyond the master’s degree.

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DOCTORAL DEGREE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

In collaboration with the Department of Curriculum & Instruction, a Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction: Early Childhood Education degree is available.  Courses provide critical training in the intellectual pursuit of advanced knowledge. A Ph.D. degree prepares the graduate for academic and administrative positions in educational institutions and social service agencies.

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GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAMS


Graduate programs (M.Ed., Ph.D., Certificate) focus on the nature and needs of Gifted, Talented and Creative individuals throughout the lifespan. Special emphasis is placed on balancing the Cognitive and Affective domains of knowledge and knowing in relation to the education and development of learners.

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Higher Education Programs


The Higher Education program prepares master’s and doctoral students to become leaders who will shape the future of American public and private higher education. Postsecondary education administrators work in colleges, universities, community colleges, and technical and trade schools.

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HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION CERTIFICATE

A 12-credit hour certificate program in Higher Education Administration

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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN DIVERSITY

The Graduate Certificate in Diversity is offered by  the Higher Education Program. The program consists of 12-credit hours taken over three semesters. The certificate program is coordinated by Dr. Shanda Gore, Associate Vice President for The Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women and The Minority Business Development Center and President of the Ohio Diversity Officers Collaborative.  Subject matter experts are featured as guest speakers throughout the program. All classes are taught online.

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SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS


MASTER OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

The Master’s degree in Special Education allow students to choose among a focus in special education in the areas of early intervention, preschool special needs, high incidence conditions (e.g. learning disability, mental retardation, emotional disturbance), severe disabilities (e.g. physical, cognitive and social-emotional), transition, and behavior disorders. This graduate program can be linked to teacher certification requirements in Ohio and Michigan.

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SPECIAL EDUCATION - LICENSURE ALTERNATIVE MASTER’S PROGRAM (LAMP)

The Licensure Alternative Masters Program (LAMP) in Special Education is designed for the student who already holds a baccalaureate degree in a major other than education and wants to become a licensed teacher in the State of Ohio . The program provides coursework that will lead toward the initial four year residence teacher license in Intervention Specialist and, at the same time, meet the requirements for a Masters Degree in Education.

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EDUCATION SPECIALIST DEGREE

The education specialist degree (Ed.S.) in Special Education prepares instructional and administrative leaders to improve engagement, effectiveness, and the quality of learning in elementary and secondary schools. Requiring a minimum of 32 hours beyond the master’s degree.

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DOCTORAL DEGREE IN SPECIAL EDUCATION

In collaboration with the Department of Curriculum & Instruction, a Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction: Special Education degree is available.  Courses provide critical training in the intellectual pursuit of advanced knowledge. A Ph.D. degree prepares the graduate for academic and administrative positions in educational institutions and social service agencies.

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TRANSITION TO WORK ENDORSEMENT

The Transition-to-Work (TTW) endorsement program is designed for teachers who are licensed as intervention specialists in special education or as vocational educators.

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PRESCHOOL SPECIAL NEEDS ENDORSEMENT

Preschool Special Needs Endorsement (PSNE) program is designed around the competencies identified by the Ohio Board of Regents/Department of Education. The online PSNE provides teachers with the foundational courses and field experiences necessary to work effectively and successfully with preschool aged children with disabilities in a variety of settings.

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Last Updated: 2/2/17