Ashland University's graduate education programs seek to respond to the career goals of professionals through alternative scheduling options, such as fast track courses, and through a focus on highly practical knowledge and skills.
Graduate students begin a career in teaching through our Bachelor's Plus and other initial licensure programs or they can add a second teaching license. Current teachers can refine their classroom skills or prepare for a new role in education through our various licensure, endorsements and Master of Education Programs. Finally, the Dwight Schar College of Education offers the most advanced level of study through our interdisciplinary Leadership Studies Doctoral Program.
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|Quality Programs||The College of Education has been accredited by the national council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) for more than 30 years. Our faculty are proven practioners who provide a balance of theory and practice in the classroom|
|Convenient Locations||The College of Education's graduate programs are offered at the Ashland campus, as well as four regional centers located in Columbus, Cleveland, Elyria and Massillon, Ohio. Courses are provided at the centers, online and in hybrid formats that combine face to face and online instruction.|
|Personalized Attention||"Accent on the Individual" represents how we treat students. Our faculty believe that small class numbers, individualized attention and quality instruction lead to purposeful learning experiences.|