Education

Frequently Asked Questions

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-sheets

Graduate Education Programs

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.

Graduate Education Department

Why choose Asbury?

APPLY NOWAt Asbury University, we care deeply about our candidates. That caring is rooted in a Christ-like modeling of a balanced life in all facets of our daily journey. Our professors model positive relationships with their students and a passion for teaching and learning.

Accreditation

Asbury University is accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

All programs provided within the School of Education are accredited at the state level by the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB) and at the national level by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Program Statistical Information for Consumer

Resources

King Curriculum Lab

Located in the Kinlaw Library, KL 149

The mission of the Education Curriculum Lab is to “provide resources and services to facilitate the preparation of professional educators at the undergraduate and the graduate levels”. The lab has over 8,000 resources including textbooks, curriculum guides, and educational journals in a number of subjects. The lab also houses a collection of literature for children and adolescents.

Undergraduate & Adult Professional Studies

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Undergraduate Programs
We care deeply about our undergraduate students and the instruction they receive in the School of Education. That caring is rooted in a Christ-like modeling of a balanced life in all facets of our daily journey. Our professors model positive relationships with their students and a passion for teaching and learning.

The School of Education

The Asbury University School of Education offers a variety of teacher education programs including bachelor’s degrees for our undergraduate and Adult Professional Studies students, and graduate programs for both certified teachers and those pursuing initial certification.

Regardless of the path you’re on, our mission remains the same: to facilitate the preparation of professional educators who embody world-class academic excellence, spiritual integrity, and servant leadership.

Lena Kulaga

Staff Assistant - Taskstream Manager

Lena is the School of Education's Taskstream Manager.

Taskstream is a program that stores student clinical placements in the public schools.  It's also where Portfolios are completed and online evaluations sent from to the public school's cooperating teachers that mentor AU Ed students.

Lena got her El Ed teaching degree from Kansas State University and has taught Kdg-4th grade in the public schools in KS, MI, and KY.

Angela Mills

Admissions Clerk - Graduate Education

Angela Mills is the Admissions Clerk in Asbury University's Graduate Education Department. Angela graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science in Education, Integrated Language Arts (7-12). She later returned to obtain an endorsement in Reading (K-12). Soon after graduation, Angela and her husband moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan where Angela worked as the Director of Education and Center Director of Sylvan Learning Center in Rockford, Michigan. In 2014 Angela's husband was accepted at Asbury Theological Seminary.

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