Additional Professional Learning OpportunitiesHigher Education or Degree Programs
(For information or registration, please contact individual agency directly.)Brenau University , Gainesville GAMaster's (online) and Specialist Degrees, 770-534-6220Programs focused in Education:Georgia State University, Atlanta and Alpharetta, GAGrand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZOnline Degree Programs, local contact, Steve Santora, 404-944-0108Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw GAOffice of Graduate Studies in Education at 770-423-6043These degree programs will launch this summer and lead to the NEW PSC certification in Instructional Technology! In addition, these degree programs will result in an upgrade to an existing teaching certificate (T-5 or T-6). For more information, please check out the links below.Please address any questions to:Traci Redish, Ph.D., Professor and Chair Kennesaw State University; Bagwell College of Education; Department of Instructional Technology; 1000 Chastain Road; Kennesaw Hall - Box #0127; Kennesaw, Georgia 30144; 770-499-3349 – Office 770-499-3263 - FaxOnline Degree Programs, M.Ed. or Ed.S.Contact: Beth Odom, GA Asst. Regional Dir. Of Admissions, (912) 257 8365M.Ed. in Early Childhood EducationEd. Spec. in ECEContact: Tracey Wofford - Director of Graduate Admissions – TCE, 678-547-6422The endorsements for Reading, ESOL, Early Childhood (K-5) Mathematics, and Early Childhood (K-5) Science continue to be a popular choice for those seeking additional professional development.University of North Georiga, Cumming, Dahlonega, Gainesville, Oconee Campus, GAGraduate courses and programs; Programs in the Forsyth County areaSchool of Teacher Education: 706-864-1852Piedmont College, Demorest GAM.Ed. & Ed.S. Cohort Programs offered in Forsyth County, Graduate Admissions 1-800-277-7020
Piedmont College specializes in bringing graduate programs to schools using an onsite Cohort model. www.piedmont.edu
Imagine completing your masters (MA) or education specialist (Ed.S.) on your campus in four semesters. All classes will be held in the district after working hours.
All instructors hold terminal degrees (Ed.D., Ph.D.) and are either full time faculty from Piedmont, or real, live practitioners from schools and school districts!
Piedmont wants the work to be highly context-specific and applicable. Classes will begin in the spring 2018 semester.
Piedmont College Informational Meeting for Forsyth and surrounding counties
Date: Wednesday, September 13th
Time: 5:00 pm for the MA and EDS
Location: Forsyth County Board of Education - Room 350
1120 Dahlonega Highway Cumming, GA 30040
The session will last about one (1) hour. There is no registration, just feel free to come!
Dr. Kathy Breithaupt, Senior Fellow in Education and Regional Program Coordinator, will be present to answer your questions and help you explore this option for your advanced degree.
If you have questions about the program please contact Dr. Breithaupt email@example.com
If you have any questions regarding admissions please contact our Graduate Admissions Office - firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Georgia, Athens GALocal contact: Lamar Grant or 770-283-7960Ed.D. in Educational Technology or Curriculum & Instruction.M.Ed (Masters of Arts in Education) in 6 specialization areas include:Administration and Supervision; Adult Education; Curriculum and Instruction,Specializations available; Elementary, Secondary or Cross- Categorical
Special Education Teacher EducationBachelor of Science in Elementary Teacher Education or Associates degrees for para-professionalsContact Julliette JohnsonUNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS:Lanier Technical College, Oakwood GA (also Forsyth campus)For para-professionals wishing to begin a degree program, the Early Childhood Care and Education Associate of Applied Science Degree (6 semester program) is offered.