Community College & University Leadership (455F)
The purpose of this Education Specialist (Ed.S.) concentration is to prepare persons for upper-level management and administration positions in colleges and universities. The program integrates theory and practice to enable graduates to address the diverse and complex demands of leadership in today's rapidly changing educational environments, to prepare for a doctoral program, and to advance their careers.
Students in the Ed.S. concentration enroll as part of a cohort and take classes together over the course of the program. Cohorts are formed periodically on ASU's Main Campus (Boone) and regularly on North Carolina community college campuses.
- PROPOSED FORSYTH COUNTY cohort to start Fall 2013. Applications are due JUNE 1. EXTENDED TO JULY 1.
- Click here to see a Powerpoint about the Forsyth Cohort.
- Boone Campus (Fall 2012-Spring 2014)
- Cleveland County (Fall 2011- Spring 2013)
The Program of Study [PDF] lists the courses required for the Community College & University Leadership concentration. Students need to add their electives and submit the form to their advisor by the time they have completed 9 hours of coursework.
An Admission to Candidacy form needs to be submitted by the time the student has completed 12 hours of coursework.
Other requirements for completion of the degree include:
- Written Comprehensive Exam: Student must successfully complete a take-home written comprehensive examination.
For information about applying to the program, click here.
To see the Graduate Bulletin (2012-2013), click here.
For information about program scholarships, click here.
For more information about the Ed.S. program, contact Dr. Amy Trawick, Program Director (email@example.com / 828-262-2137).
For information about ASU's distance education cohorts, contact Bronwen Sheffield (firstname.lastname@example.org/800-355-4084).