Why Kent State Online?
These quality online graduate education degree programs offer an alternative to campus-based programs. They allow you more flexibility in both time and space. All KSU online graduate education degree programs are accredited by a national accrediting body and provide a high level of excellence in teaching and learning experiences.
Online Graduate Education Degree Programs
The Evaluation and Measurement Program has been designed to introduce students to theories, skills, and applications in the fields of research methodology, statistical analyses, program evaluation, assessment, and measurement/psychometrics. Our program seeks to develop specialists who can apply their knowledge about research and measurement in a variety of settings. Emphasis on theory and application prepares students to use a variety of research approaches and techniques with a mature understanding of their rationale.
This graduate program offers students a MEd in Instructional Technology and offers courses that prepare students to use a variety of technology in many different settings.
Students who complete this graduate program are licensed to work at any level K-12 as a Library/Media specialist.
The same Master of Arts degree for journalism educators is also available online for those who cannot attend on-campus classes at Kent State. This online graduate education degree program emphasizes skills and theory teachers can learn today and use in their classrooms tomorrow. From coaching a novice news writer to gaining strategies to protect students’ First Amendment rights, the range of course content covers what teachers and advisers need to know to be effective journalism educators.
The comprehensive Master of Music in music education online program helps choral, instrumental and general music teachers develop their professional skills. The program is differentiated from others in that it is practitioner-oriented.
Knowledge management is a discipline that takes a comprehensive, systematic approach to the information assets of an organization by identifying, capturing, collecting, organizing, indexing, storing, integrating, retrieving and sharing them. Such assets include intellectual capital, employee expertise, business and competitive intelligence, and organizational memory. It strives to make the collective knowledge, information and experiences of the organization available to individual employees or organizational groups for their use and to motivate them to contribute their knowledge to the collective assets. It seeks to create or identify communities of practice or interest, especially to identify lesson learned and best practices.
Students who wish to enter or advance their education in the public service field can complete this MPA graduate program by participating in web-based programs and online discussions.