Pre-K-12 Educational Administration Licensure Cohorts
The College and Graduate School of Education, Health, and Human Services offer a 42 semester hour program in Educational Administration Licensure. If accepted, students would also be eligible to earn a master's degree in EDAD, or if they already have a master's, an EdS or PhD. this is an academically rigorous and experientially intense program in which students are challenged to excel and to take their learning potential to a higher level.
The Pre-K-12 program is accredited by the national Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
The Kent State University Cohort program in Pre-K-12 Educational Administration provides a personal support approach that takes students from admission and orientation through graduation and the job search. Other special features of the program include:
Discounted tuition for all program coursework
Personal communication about all details surrounding registration, tuition payment, etc.
Knowledge and understanding of current and developing leadership theories and practices
Opportunities for Cohort members to interact with peers and experienced practitioners
The opportunity for the development of a collegial network of future Pre-K-12