The Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration (HEA)The certificate program is designed to further develop experienced leaders in the areas of HEA leadership, foundations, organizational management, human resources management, legal and ethical issues, financial management, and other areas of critical need for the twenty-first century higher education administrator.
M.Ed. Special Education - General CurriculumThe fully online M.Ed.in Special Education: General Curriculum 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).
M.Ed. in Elementary Education with Endorsements & CertificationsThe M.Ed. in Elementary and Early Childhood Education is designed for candidates who are already certified Early Childhood Education teachers who wish to continue to learn more about the Early Childhood Education field and improve their practice.
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.
BCOE Student Scholars ExpoThe BCOE Student Scholars Expo is an event to showcase undergraduate and graduate students’ scholarship conducted at KSU during the past academic year. It constitutes a college-level version of KSU’s Symposium of Student Scholars.
Local teachers tap into Kennesaw State for cybersecurity instructionThrough a grant they received from the GenCyber program, assistant professors of information technology Shirley Tian and Zhigang Li and assistant professor of instructional technology Yi Jin have been leading a cybersecurity education camp for the past two weeks.