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English 8-12

The Online Education program is designed to provide busy, working adults with an opportunity to complete a masters degree in education. The Initial and Alternative Certification is for students who already hold a bachelors degree in a content area and who are interested in obtaining teaching credentials as an educator in the schools.

Chemistry 8-12

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.

Biology Science 8-12

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.

Grad/Professional Studies Receives New Dean

Asbury University is pleased to announce that Dr. Verna Lowe, a professor with 30 years of experience in the classroom and in leadership at the University, has accepted a new position as Dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.

Learning to Teach, and Teaching to Learn

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.

Social Work Grad Students Visit State Capitol

Dozens of Asbury University’s graduate students in the Masters of Social Work program, as well as several field instructors, recently joined social workers from around Kentucky at the National Association of Social Workers Lobby Day in Frankfort.

Sara Porter

Instructional Designer

Sara Porter joined the School of Graduate and Professional Studies as an Instructional Designer in 2012. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Media Communications from Asbury University and a Master's Degree in Instructional Systems Design from the University of Kentucky. Mrs. Porter provides course design and development support for faculty who are teaching online at Asbury University.

Finishing What She Started: Lucy Kilmer

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.

A Tradition of Excellence

Asbury University graduate students spent time in a local elementary school during their course work.
Asbury University graduate students spent time in a local elementary school during their course work.

The traditional path to success in the United States, educationally speaking, goes something like this: high school, college, job.

Accreditation Granted to MSW Program

WILMORE, Ky. — The Council for Social Work Education has granted accreditation to Asbury University’s Master of Social Work program, making Asbury one of only two private universities in Kentucky to offer an accredited degree.

The five-year accreditation effort was successful, marking the conclusion of a process that encompassed four site visits, interviews with students and faculty and close scrutiny of the program’s curriculum.

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