Graduate & Continuing Studies at Muskingum University
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Muskingum University Graduate & Continuing Studies offer graduate and undergraduate programs designed to fit into the busy lives of working adults. Flexible schedules, personal attention and affordable tuition make Muskingum the choice for graduate and continuing education.
Educational Leadership Programs
The Educational Leadership programs are designed to prepare qualified candidates to strategically lead the development and implementation of quality instruction in today’s modern school district. The creation of these programs has been a collaborative effort incorporating input from the educational community. The Principal’s license, the Ohio Superintendent’s license and the Administrative Specialist’s License in curriculum and instruction, staff/personnel administration and school /community relations and/or educational research and the Teacher-Leader Endorsement are available.
MISST: Master of Information Strategy, Systems and Technology
MISST is an innovative program, immersing students in experiential learning and providing knowledge and skills to effectively work at the intersection of technology and business strategy. MISST blends any-time, any-place on-line education with face-to-face interactions making it convenient for working professionals to participate. Additional information is available online, by calling 740-826-6128 and in the Graduate Catalog (pdf).
MAE: Master of Arts in Education
The MAE is designed for licensed or certified educational professionals who wish to further their skills or careers by earning their master's degrees or additional licensure in any of 15 areas of study.
MAT: Master of Arts in Teaching
The MAT program is designed for persons who hold a bachelor's degree in an area other than Education, and who are not licensed or certified to teach. Through the Muskingum University MAT program, students have the opportunity to earn initial licensure and a master's degree in any of 5 areas.
Through Graduate and Continuing Studies, Muskingum makes available a number of special topic seminars to regional school districts, their faculty and administration. Typically an examination of current topics related to professional development, content areas, or curriculum and instruction (e.g. effective school research, cooperative learning, and literature-based instruction), their focus is on those emerging areas of professional and content development.
For additional information on Muskingum's graduate programs, courses, policies and procedures, please refer to the Graduate Catalog (pdf).