06/02/20 - Virtual Information Session: Accelerated Central Office Administration Post-Master’s Graduate Certificate

Virtual Information Session: Accelerated Central Office Administration Post-Master’s Graduate Certificate
06/02/2020, 04:30 PM - 05:00 PM
June 02
2020/06/02 16:30
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
2020/6/2
04:30 PM
2020/6/2
05:00 PM
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If you’re a school administrator, become an effective central-office leader with OU’s post-master’s graduate certificate. You’ll solve complex problems, lead a vision for organizational transformation, model caring and trustworthy relationships, engage and collaborate with all stakeholders and act in an ethical manner to support change — all with a focus on leading learning and enhancing student achievement.

Join us at the Central Office Administration (COA) virtual information session on Tuesday, June 2 at 4:30 p.m. – connecting with you easily via your mobile phone, computer or tablet. Dr. Suzanne Klein will share program information and features for about 20 minutes, followed by interactive Q&A. After you register, we’ll send a confirmation email with login instructions and a link to join the online session through Webex.

Register for and login to the COA virtual event to receive an application charge waiver code.

Program Features

  • 12-month post-master’s graduate certificate – fall and winter semester starts
  • Classes meet one Saturday each month in the fall and winter terms and two Saturdays during the summer term – at the Macomb University Center in Clinton Township – combined with online assignments and discussions
  • 24-credit cohort program features an executive school leadership academy design
  • Courses emphasize district-level perspectives
  • Performance-driven instruction led by Oakland University faculty
  • Authentic internship experience – supported by practicing administrators – where you solve complex school district problems focused on student success as well as fiscal responsibility and accountability
  • Curriculum meets State of Michigan central-office leader certification as well as national leadership standards and mandates, ensuring a balance of the explanatory power of theory with the relevance of practice
  • All 24 credits earned may be applied toward the cognate requirement for OU’s two education doctoral programs

If you’re a teacher, OU's COA post-master’s program can also prepare you to become a curriculum specialist, literacy coach and more.

Register now.

Location

Online

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Contact Information
Cheryl Rhodey