The School of Graduate and Professional Studies and the Social Work program partner with other institutions and organizations to offer continuing education and professional development opportunities. A wide range of technology tools and resources allow for multiple forms of delivery including web-conferencing, webinars, distance learning, and on-campus. If you are interested in partnering with the School of GPS to deliver CEU or PD experiences please contact us.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies wants to partner with you to develop service learning and professional development opportunities that meet the needs of key stakeholders in your organization. Through the sharing of intellectual capital, resources and professional expertise, partnerships in professional service learning create opportunities for innovative learning, professional development and training solutions.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies acknowledges that some adult learners bring to the University significant life and work-related learning and training experiences. The University works closely with these students to evaluate their learning, training, certification and professional development experiences for potential college credit.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies wants to partner with you in the design and delivery of webinars purposed for learning, leadership and service. Using state-of-the-art web-based communications technologies, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers you the opportunity to create and connect with new communities of learning around the world.
Mrs. Kidd has been a professional educator for forty-one years. Her educational degrees are in Elementary Education with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Berea College, Berea, Kentucky. Also, she holds a Masters of Science Degree from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, in Elementary Education. In addition, Mrs. Kidd has various certifications in talented/gifted education, reading/language arts, administration, leadership, Principal and Assistant Principal certifications, and Instructional Systems Specialist.
Mrs. Gonzalez has been a part of the Asbury team since May 2012. As the Coordinator of Recruitment and Admissions for the Adult Professional Studies program, she actively recruits prospective students within the community as well as online. Mrs. Gonzalez works with every inquiry and application that comes through the office and walks with each student through the transfer and admissions process.
Mrs. Gray’s education includes a BA Biology from Goshen College, MA Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and PhD (abd) Intercultural Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary. She has worked at Asbury twice; for 12 years with the Development Office on the Wilmore campus and currently with the Orlando APS program since summer 2012. Her current work allows her to enjoy a combination of tech support for evening students plus overall staff and student support. Interaction with nontraditional students is particularly gratifying for Mrs.
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The Online Education program is designed to provide busy, working adults with an opportunity to complete a master's degree in education. The Initial and Alternative Certification is for students who already hold a bachelor's degree in a content area and are interested in obtaining teaching credentials as an educator in the schools. The Optional Rank 1 Program is for students pursuing Rank 1 status or 30 hours of a planned program above the master's degree.