M.A.T. Special Education - General CurriculumThis leads to a Master’s degree and initial P-12 Certification in Special Education General Curriculum. Candidates are eligible for the Reading Endorsement upon completion and receipt of their Georgia clear renewable teaching certificate.
Educational Specialist in Educational Leadership (EdS)/Tier II Cert OnlyEducational Leadership is a professional degree program for qualified candidates who do not have a specialist or doctoral degree and who are pursuing clear, renewable leadership certification in Georgia (Tier II).
Secondary and Middle Grades Education, Ed.D.This program of study thus provides the skills necessary to synthesize theory and practice through further examination of theoretically-based curriculum development, and understanding of global education issues.
Kennesaw State summer program aimed at increasing minority educatorsThe Future MISTERs Academy, a three-day summer camp hosted at KSU, invites middle and high school students from metro Atlanta school districts to learn what it takes to become a teacher, tour KSU’s campus, visit Bagwell College of Education’s Innovation Lab and dine at The Commons.
Summer program at KSU created to expose Black male middle and high school students to careers in educationBoth are Black male veteran teachers who are on a mission to recruit, mentor and empower the next generations of educators through the Call Me MISTER and Future MISTERs Academy programs at Kennesaw State.
KSU professors leading the pathway for Asian American history taught in Georgia schoolsDr. Sohyun An and Dr. Theresa Alviar-Martin Kennesaw State University Bagwell College of Education are leading an initiative to conduct research, spread awareness, and explore the need for diverse and complex stories of Asian American history to be taught in K-12 Classrooms in Georgia.