The Customer Service Leadership degree is designed to build upon a student’s previous education and employment background. Students who have at least 60 semester hours at an accredited institution have the opportunity to transfer those courses into Ohio University and build customer service skills into a Bachelor of Applied Science in Customer Service Leadership.
The online Hospitality Management major leads to a Bachelor of Applied Human and Consumer Sciences degree. The program prepares individuals to expand their career options in hospitality and tourism, or to advance in their current jobs and secure better opportunities in the field.
The Human Services major leads to a Bachelor of Applied Human and Consumer Sciences. This is a bachelor completion degree, appropriate for students who have earned an associate's degree as a 2 + 2 option and/or at least 60 semester hours at an accredited institution. Skill and competencies developed include: customer and personal services, societal trends and influences, group behavior and dynamics, diversity issues, ethnicity and culture. Career opportunities associated with the Human Services major include, but are not limited to, Human Service Assistants in settings such as residential facilities and community agencies. Work environments may be home, school, or community based. Degree holders are prepared to enter graduate programs such as Counseling, Social Work, and Psychology.
The mission of the Dual Licensure Master’s Degree program in Early Childhood Education (ECE) and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) is to utilize most current adult learning principles to increase the quantity and quality of ECE/ECSE teachers, and to improve services and outcomes for children ages birth to 8 and their families. Please Note: This program is not currently accepting new students.
Our multi-age Computer Technology Endorsement program prepares licensed K12 teachers who plan to teach computer applications or who want to assume technology coordinator positions. It provides the K-12 teacher with an opportunity to provide instruction in the area of computer literacy and computer education in Ohio classrooms.
The addition of the Early Childhood Generalist Endorsement to an Early Childhood licensure (age 3 to grade 3) provides school districts with greater staffing flexibility, Early Childhood teachers with additional teaching options, and facilitates the mobility of teachers into Ohio from other states. At only $349/credit hour, it is an affordable way to increase your skills.
This program is offered in collaboration with The Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs and is designed to expose participants to real-world theoretical and practical instruction and experiences in education public policy leadership studies. One year of fully online study culminates with a three-day networking residency in Washington, D.C.
Higher education requires instructional design skills and experience to support faculty. K12 is following this trend and industry has long been at the forefront of integrating designed educational experiences into their training systems.
The Master's in Computer Education and Technology (CET) program serves educators who hold a professional teaching license and wish to complete a master's of technology and/or seek a multi-age endorsement in Computer Technology. The program prepares technology facilitators to use technology more effectively in their teaching and to become technology leaders in their school or district.
The Master's in Curriculum and Instruction is designed for teachers and educators who have a teaching license or certificate in any content area or at any age/grade-band level. Teachers entering the C&I Master’s program at Ohio University can advance their knowledge, skills, and dispositions in instruction, curriculum design, and evaluation.
The Master's in Coaching Education program provides students with cutting-edge coaching pedagogy and practical experience to pursue a coaching career in youth sports, interscholastic or intercollegiate athletics, and Olympic or professional sports. We offer four tracks to meet your coaching needs. The three fully online tracks are listed here:
The 100% online cohort master's curriculum prepares administrators in Higher Education. It offers meaningful knowledge and skills through an online delivery format. The schedule enables employed individuals to take courses at the times and locations that are most convenient for them. Please note: This program will begin accepting new students for fall semester 2021.
The faculty within this advanced master's program work to help licensed teachers further their knowledge and understanding of language and reading development, teach reading across grades K–12, administer reading assessments and make data-driven decisions, work with other teachers and specialists to design appropriate reading instruction to meet the needs of all students, and develop and conduct original research to further their own learning.
The focus of the Special Education program at Ohio University centers on the delivery of quality services within limited resource environments. There are three different majors available in special education that lead to a Master's Degree in Education with eligibility for Ohio teacher licensure as an Intervention Specialist.
Early childhood teachers and intervention specialists will benefit from the PKSN program by acquiring advanced knowledge and skills to enhance the early educational opportunities for preschool children with special needs.
The Patton College of Education has developed six online professional development courses to support P-12 teachers who are currently hosting teacher candidates and/or interns in their classrooms, or who plan to do so in the near future.
The Reading Endorsement enhances your knowledge and instructional skill in reading and writing beyond the foundation required of beginning teachers. Courses are offered at the graduate level and may be used to renew your teaching license or can be used as part of a Master's in Reading Education.
Are you ready to help young people with disabilities to build successful, independent lives? The Transition to Work Endorsement is a 12 credit-hour non-degree program at Ohio University that prepares educators, special education administrators, vocational rehabilitation counselors, parents, and advocates to meet the individualized needs of adolescents and young adults with disabilities as they transition from high school to college, careers, and community settings. Please Note: This program is not currently accepting new students.