Specialist in Education (EdS)
This 33-credit hour program can open doors to positions in college or university administration, school superintendence, agency administration, site management, budgeting and other leadership positions.
After earning the EdS, you have the option of continuing on to earn an EdD, which requires an additional 36 credit hours and encompasses six hours of research requirements, 15 hours of academic core courses, qualifying exams, and a dissertation. See page 52 for more information. Accredited by NCATE, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
Central Michigan University (Suite 101)
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