Muskingum University expands programs in educational leadership
Starting in September, Muskingum University will expand its roster of programs in educational leadership by offering qualified candidates the option of earning the Ohio Superintendent’s license or the Administrative Specialist’s license in curriculum and instruction, staff/personnel administration, school/community relations and/or educational research. Built on a long-standing reputation for offering a full range of quality educator-preparation programs, these new options join programs in teacher-leadership and principal’s licensure already offered at Muskingum.
According to Dr. Barbara Hansen, Dave Longaberger Distinguished Professor of Teaching and Learning, “The development of the new leadership programs has been a collaborative effort incorporating input from the broad educational community, regionally and throughout the state of Ohio. “ She added, “These efforts have resulted in programs that are action-focused, current and cohesive and which will prepare candidates to lead strategically the development and implementation of quality instruction in today’s modern school district.”
To promote easy access for participants, classes in these programs are scheduled in a variety of delivery formats throughout the year and will feature online, blended and classroom-based courses. In addition, the integrated design of these programs makes it possible for candidates to earn multiple credentials by taking a few courses in a relatively short period of time.
Fall classes begin September 20. For additional information call Nancy Bradley at 740-826-8038 or click here.