College of Education now accepting applications for new cohort
Feb 1, 2010
From staff reports
The Ohio University College of Education will host a new cohort for anyone interested in pursuing a master?s degree in educational administration with Ohio principal licensure at the Ohio University Pickerington Center this summer.
A free informational meeting for the program will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10, at the Pickerington Center, which is located at 12933 Stonecreek Drive, Pickerington, Ohio, 43147.
The cohort will contain 20 to 25 students who support each other during each course.
Students will gain a deep understanding of leadership, management, curriculum, instruction, assessment and communication. Because of the structure of the program, a master?s degree can be completed in five quarters and coursework for principal licensure can be completed in an additional three quarters.
Some of the courses offered are education law, human behavior in educational organizations, technologies for school leadership, and personnel administration education.
GPA requirements for admission vary depending on the candidate?s education experience. The applicant must submit three letters of recommendation, a professional autobiography that includes career goals and a curriculum vita or resume.
During the summer sessions, classes will meet two days a week. They will meet on three Saturdays during each of the fall, winter, and spring quarters.
Applications must be submitted before June 1. To apply or to learn more about application requirements, visit www.ohio.edu/graduate/apply.cfm. Questions also can be directed to Larry Burgess, assistant professor in the College of Education, at 740-593-9453 or email@example.com.
Published: Feb 1, 2010 9:06 AM