Asbury University offers programs designed for those seeking initial certification, certified teachers seeking additional certification or rank change, and teachers who would like to pursue a position in school leadership. Below you will find major sheets for each of the programs offered. For more information about program prerequisites, admission information, and much more, please see our FAQ page.
In a series of features, we’ll highlight some of Asbury University’s students who are enrolled in “non-traditional” programs — Online, Degree-completion and Graduate. To find out more about these programs, please visit: Asbury University Online, Adult Professional Studies, School of Education Graduate Degrees.
The traditional path to success in the United States, educationally speaking, goes something like this: high school, college, job.
Michele Wells is a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana. She completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at Indiana State University and her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Professor Wells is currently pursuing a PhD in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.
The Principal Licensure program is a required post-master's certification, offered as an ED.S. Degree, and includes 36 hours above the master's degree of intensive reserach and field work over a two year time frame. There are no electives.
What Graduate Education programs does Asbury University offer?
All of the following programs are approved at state (EPSB), regional (SACS), and national (CAEP) levels. They can be used to fulfill requirements for rank II and rank I.
Major sheets for each of the following programs can be found here: https://www.asbury.edu/offices/registrar/graduate-program-major-sheets
Why choose Asbury's Graduate Education program?
The professors are exceptional...
"...while the academic workload was quite rigorous, the professors were extremely flexible and equitably demanding...I cannot express my sincere gratitude enough for the outsanding education I received during my time as an Asbury graduate student." -Kevin Fowler, President of Jefferson County Counselors Association
WILMORE, KY—Asbury College’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies is proud to announce the approval of the Principal Licensure Program by the Kentucky Education Standards Board.
WILMORE, KY—Asbury College is hosting a preview weekend for prospective undergraduate, graduate and degree completion students, Jan. 28-30. The Master of Social Work Program, the Master of Arts in Education Program, and the ACHIEVE Degree Completion Program are hosting preview events for the benefit of prospective students. These events will be held during the Asbury College’s Preview Weekend for traditional undergraduate students.