Frostburg State University will offer an information session about the full range of graduate programs in the College of Education. The session is for anyone aspiring to advance their career in the education field, from initial teacher certification to FSU’s new Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership.
The doctoral program offers five concentrations: higher education administration, K-12 leadership, special education, curriculum and instruction or reading. Applicants must hold a master's degree from a recognized accredited institution, among other entrance requirements.
FSU’s Master of Education offers concentrations in administration and supervision, curriculum and instruction, reading and special education designed for certified teachers, as well as in school counseling and interdisciplinary. Special education is available online.
The FSU Master’s of Arts in Teaching program allows bachelor’s degree-holders to prepare for teacher certification in one year.
FSU offers education programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level in Frostburg and Hagerstown. All of FSU’s teacher preparation programs are accredited by NCATE.
Registration for the information session is encouraged.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Pullen Hall, 107