Graduate Degree Opportunities
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Graduate programs offered by the Patton College of Education

Online Programs
Master of Coaching Education
Early Childhood Generalist, 4th-5th Grade Endorsement
Instructional Design Professional Development Series
Reading Endorsement

Cohort Programs Offered Outside of the Athens Campus
Clinical Mental Health Rehabilitation Counseling
Master of Education and Principal Preparation Program
Ph.D. in Higher Education
Superintendent Licensure

 

Online Programs

Master of Coaching Education
Online; includes a 2-3 day in-person intensive workshop
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Early Childhood Generalist, 4th-5th Grade Endorsement
Fully online, 9 semester hours
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Next cohort begins summer 2013

Instructional Design Professional Development Series
Online, 12 semester hours
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Reading Endorsement
Online, 12 semester hours
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Cohort Programs Offered Outside of the Athens Campus

Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Southern Campus
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Master of Education and Principal Preparation Program
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Preparing principals to work in public schools, the Principal Preparation Program brings together cohorts of prospective administrators who undertake coursework and internships as a group. The cohorts form supportive networks that enable each participant to receive feedback about his or her development as a leader as well as to give feedback to other members of the group. These support networks tend to remain intact even after coursework has been completed and graduates have assumed school leadership positions.

Contact: Cindy Hartman, M.Ed., hartmanc@ohio.edu; 740.593.4464

Ph.D. in Higher Education
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The executive Ph.D. in Curriculum in Higher Education is geared toward the full-time working administrator or faculty member who wishes to earn a doctorate in higher education.  The fixed program of study covers:

Classes are held Friday evenings and Saturdays, five times during each term.  Summer school courses are part of the curriculum. Graduates of the program serve in faculty and cabinet-level administrative positions in colleges and universities. In addition, this degree serves a limited number of students who wish to develop research skills about Higher Education, regardless of their career ambitions.

Contact:  Dr. Robert Young, youngb@ohio.edu, 740.593.0847

Superintendent Licensure
Pickerington Center and Chillicothe Campus
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