The Dwight Schar College of Education building on Main Campus houses the Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies (Ed.D.) program, the five Master of Education (M.Ed.) programs, numerous licensure and endorsement programs, and the Bachelor's Plus program (for those who want to enter the teaching profession).
Ed.D. Program Head/Chair of Leadership Studies
Dr. Judy Alston firstname.lastname@example.org
127 Dwight Schar Building
Phone: 419.289.5386 or 419.207.4983
M.Ed., Licensure & Endorsement and Bachelor's Plus Programs
Location & Contact: 117 Dwight Schar Building Phone: 419.289.5371 or 419.289.5977 Fax: 419.207.4942
M.Ed. Program Director Steven M. Brown email@example.com
Bachelor's Plus Program Director Ron Stevens firstname.lastname@example.org
M.Ed. and Bachelor's Plus Admin. Ass't. Shelly Hardin email@example.com
M.Ed. Admin. Ass't. Sue Hall
Master of American History & Government
The MAHG program offers course work only in the summer and students may pursue the Master of American History and Government degree, or they may take individual courses for continuing education credit.
MAHG Associate Director
Christian Pascarella firstname.lastname@example.org
8th Floor Library
Master of Business Administration
Located in the Dauch College of Business and Economics, MBA program semesters commence each September, January and May and classes meet for 12 weeks. Classes meet in the evenings and/or on Saturdays; this permits students to learn without interrupting their normal working schedules.
The MFA program is a low-residency program in poetry and creative nonfiction, with intensive 14-day summer residencies and individual study with writing mentors accompanied by online course work during fall and spring semesters.
MFA Administrative Director
Sarah Wells (Fugman '03) email@example.com
Bixler Center for the Humanities, Room 103
Ashland Theological Seminary
Located at 910 Center Street, the ATS offers course work during a September term, as well as fall, winter, spring, and summer quarters.