B.S. in Learning, Design, and TechnologyA Bachelor of Science in Learning, Design, and Technology (LDT) prepares students for entry into a career in instructional design! Instructional design is a growing career market. In this program, you will learn both the theoretical and technical skills needed to succeed in this job.
M.Ed. in Elementary and Early Childhood Education with Endorsements & CertificatesThe program is offered online. Each cohort is supported by graduate faculty who mentor the candidates and facilitate program delivery. The program of study schedule is designed to coincide with the public school calendar.
M.Ed. in TESOL (Online)This fully online M.Ed.in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program enrolls a new cohort of experienced general education teachers each summer. It is structured so cohort candidates complete the 36 credit-hour master’s degree program in six semesters (two years).
Kennesaw State Bagwell College of Education alum making waves at Georgia AquariumAs senior manager of education programs at Georgia Aquarium, Kennesaw State University alum Bailey Dawson has a more vibrant classroom than his days as a Cobb County and Marietta City school teacher. But he says even a few years ago, he never would have expected to be teaching among schools of fish.
Kennesaw State’s 3D Printing Ecosystem recognized by the Technology Association of GeorgiaAt an awards ceremony in Atlanta, KSU was honored with the award for best “Digital Transformation” by a nonprofit, government, or education institution. The award recognizes an entity whose digital transformation implemented in the past 12 months impacted the organization’s efficiencies and the advancement of its mission.
Kennesaw State shares instructional technology expertise through community partnershipsAt the forefront is iTeach, a service unit of the Bagwell College that assists teachers in utilizing technology to enhance their day-to-day instruction. For example, teachers across all grade levels in the neighboring Paulding County School District have received training from iTeach since their partnership began in 2014.