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To make scheduling decisions during the course of your program, please check the Two-Year Tentative Course Schedule each semester. Master's and Educational Specialist degrees require that the students begin fall semester and follow the designated sequence of classes through completion of license and degree.  If you have questions or concerns, contact your assigned adviser. 

Also, you can see all regular EDAD courses and descriptions as well as program information in the Graduate Catalog. Look in the section for the College and Graduate School of Education, Health, and Human Services.

Courses being offered for this and upcoming terms can be viewed on-line in the Registrar's Schedule of Classes, the PK-12 Educational Administration 3-year schedule, or the  PK-12 Educational Administration Course Projection links.  Courses for educational administration (both PreK-12 and Higher Education) are listed under the prefix EDAD.

Pk-12 Educational Administration Program Mission

The Kent State University Programs in PK-12 Educational Administration educate reflective, scholarly practitioners and practicing scholars to lead authentic, democratic learning communities with justice and compassion and toward equitable reform and academic innovation.

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