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Actuarial Science

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Actuaries are highly educated business executives who specialize in the evaluation of insurance and financial risk. Professional actuaries hold positions of responsibility with insurance companies, consulting firms, investment banks, self-insurers, and governmental organizations.

Graduates of this program will have the foundational skills (interest theory, finance, economics, statistics, probability, and modeling) necessary to conduct financial analyses and manage financial risks. Additionally, students will learn how to provide assessments of financial securities systems, with focus on their mechanisms and complexity from the economics and finance standpoint, and the corresponding governing mathematics.  Students will also learn how to evaluate the likelihood of events and quantify contingent outcomes to minimize losses associated with undesirable events. 

The course work will prepare students to take Actuarial Exams P, FM and MLC as sponsored by the Society of Actuaries (SOA), and will provide Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) credits for Corporate Finance and Applied Statistical Methods

WHY ACTUARIAL SCIENCE?

  • The need for actuaries is expected to grow 26% by 2022
  • Median salary of $93,680 (Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012)
  • U.S. census data in 2010 suggests that the actuarial science field has a 0% unemployment rate

WHY OUR PROGRAM?

  • One of only three PSM programs in Actuarial Science in the country
  • We offer the only fully online PSM in Actuarial Science
  • Geared toward working professionals, the curriculum has been designed to minimize work conflicts through delivery of two 7-week courses per semester, and one full-semester course per semester.
  • Course work prepare students to take Actuarial Exams P, FM and MLC as sponsored by the Society of Actuaries (SOA), and will provide Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) credits for Corporate Finance and Applied Statistical Methods.

APPLICATION PROCESS

To complete the application process, students must submit:

  • Online application
  • Official college transcript(s)
  • Statement of professional goals - One page in length

ADMISSION CRITERIA

  • A bachelor’s degree with a GPA of 3.00 or higher 
  • Successful completion of the following undergraduate coursework:
    • 9 credits of Calculus (through multivariable calculus) or equivalent
    • 3 credits of Linear Algebra or coursework that covers the fundamentals of matrix calculations

If English is not the student’s primary language, a TOEFL score of 213 or higher (computer-based exam), 550 or higher (paper-based exam), or 80 or higher (internet-based exam) will be required.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Core Courses (Math and Actuarial Science)-18 Credits

ACTSCI 1: Probability
ACTSCI 2: Mathematical Statistics
ACTSCI 3: Introduction to Financial Mathematics
ACTSCI 4: Regression Analysis and Statistical Models
ACTSCI 5: Forecasting and Time Series Analysis
ACTSCI 6: Actuarial Models and Life Data Analysis

Professional Skills Course Requirements – 9  Credits 

PS 1: Professional Skills 1 -Financial and Managerial Accounting
PS 2: Professional Skills 2 - Corporate Finance
PS 3: Professional Skills 3 – Financial Risk  Management

Internship/Capstone Project - 3 Credits

IC 1: Internship Program/Capstone Project

Suggested Map for Full-Time Students-

Year 1:

Fall Semester: ACTSCI 1 (7 week); ACTSCI 3 (7 week); PS 1 (full semester)
Spring Semester: ACTSCI 2 (7 week); ACTSCI 4 (7 week); PS 2 (full semester)

Year 2:

Fall Semester: ACTSCI 5 (7 week); ACTSCI 6 (7 week); PS 3 (full semester)
Spring Semester: IC 1(full semester)

Master of Education: Alternative Education

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The Master of Education Alternative Education Program is fully accredited through the Council for Accreditation of Education Programs (CAEP; formerly NCATE).  Lock Haven University is accredited by the Middle States Association.

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Alignment

The program is aligned with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards core propositions. The program provides skill and knowledge sets indicative of an accomplished teacher.

Enrollment Requirements

Students must have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher  be accepted into the Alternative Education Program.The program has been approved by Lock Haven University, The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Enrollment Periods

Lock Haven University offers two enrollment periods: Fall and Spring Semesters. Students can enter the program during the summer sessions but will be officially enrolled in the following fall semester. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and decisions are rendered after the receipt of all admissions documents.

Admissions and Application Process

To complete the admissions procedure, students must submit;

  1. An online application
  2. Three letters of recommendation
  3. A writing sample
  4. Official college transcripts
  5. A copy of PA teaching certification (Optional)

Lock Haven University Graduates do not have to request transcripts; the Office of Graduate Admissions will do this for you.

Writing Sample

Review a pertinent scholarly journal article or report published in a recent professional journal.  Include the problem or issue, the author's viewpoint and supporting ideas. Also include your professional opinion in the final paragraphs of the essay. Your essay should not exceed 300 words. (You must submit a copy of the full text of the article along with your essay.)

Writing samples, letters of recommendation, statements of interest in principal certification and teaching certificate may be sent via email to gradadmissions@LHUP.edu or faxed to 570-484-2201.

The mailing address is:
Lock Haven University
Office of Admissions ATTN: Graduate
401 N Fairview St.
Lock Haven PA 1774

Transfer Credits

Students may transfer up to nine credits of graduate work from an accredited institution toward the Elective Requirements of the Master of Education program.  All transfer credits must be approved in writing by the Program Coordinator.  Transfer Credit Approval forms are available on the Registrar's website.

Athletic Training

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Athletic trainers are health care professionals who work under the direction of physicians to optimize activity and participation of patients and clients.  Athletic Training encompasses the prevention, diagnosis, and management of emergency, acute, and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations, and disabilities.  

Students who want to become certified athletic trainers must earn a degree from an accredited athletic training program and pass a national exam administered by the Board of Certification.  Accredited programs include formal instruction in areas such as injury/illness prevention, first aid and emergency care, assessment of injury/illness, human anatomy and physiology, therapeutic exercise, modalities, and nutrition.  Classroom learning is enhanced through clinical education experiences. 

Certified athletic trainers work with more than just athletes – they can be found just about anywhere that people are physically active.

WHY ATHLETIC TRAINING?

  • New position growth is expected to increase by 19% nationally and 24% in Pennsylvania by 2022
  • As people become more aware of sports-related injuries at a young age, demand for athletic trainers is expected to increase
  • A variety of work environment options...educational services, ambulatory healthcare services, hospitals, fitness and recreational sports centers, and spectator sports

WHY OUR PROGRAM?

  • Interdisciplinary faculty that include a pharmacist, physical therapist, and exercise physiologists
  • Curricular design includes two semesters of cadaver dissection and musculoskeletal evaluation and treatment as well as courses in pharmacology and exercise prescription and nutrition
  • Experienced athletic training faculty who are committed to athletic training education and student learning.
  • Clinical experiences that culminate into a final semester internship that aligns with the student’s career and professional goals

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

To complete the application process, students must submit:

  • Official college transcript(s) (must have a 3.0 or higher GPA)
  • Three letters of recommendation (at least one from a certified athletic trainer)
  • Statement of Professional Goals (750 words or less)
  • GRE scores- (50th percentile recommended for admission)
  • Applicants should use the university / program code of 1978 so that GRE scores are automatically reported to the program.
  • CPR/Professional Rescuer for the healthcare provider
  • Documentation of 75 observation hours in athletic training

ADMISSION PROCESS  

  1. ATCASCreate an account in ATCAS and follow the directions to complete the application. 
    All of your supporting materials are submitted through ATCAS.
  2. Submit an official transcript for all university coursework to ATCAS.
    Transcripts should be mailed to: 
    ATCAS
    P.O. Box 9132
    Watertown, MA 02471

ADMISSION CRITERIA

Enrollment in the MS-AT program is limited. Students are selected upon evaluation of the following factors: completion of admission requirements, including prerequisite coursework; academic ability; evidence of potential for future practice as an athletic trainer; evidence of personality traits indicating an ability to work effectively with people, letters of recommendation; and interview performance.  

Exceptions to the admission requirements, including prerequisite course requirements, will be made on an individual basis.

Technical standards for completion of the MS-AT program can be found here.

PREREQUISITES

  • Two semesters of anatomy and physiology with labs
  • One course in general psychology
  • One course in physiology of exercise
  • One course in biomechanics or kinesiology
  • One course in nutrition
  • One introductory health course
  • 12 credits of laboratory science, including:
    • at least one course in biology
    • at least one course in chemistry or physics

Program Requirements

Didactic Courses 45 Credits
ATTR600: Fundamentals in Athletic Training 4 credits
ATTR630: Evidence-based Medicine 1 credit
ATTR622: Functional Anatomy 1 4 credits
ATTR664: Evaluation Techniques 1 3 credits
ATTR672: Therapeutic Interventions 1 4 credits
ATTR642: Functional Anatomy 2 4 credits
ATTR665: Evaluation Techniques 2 3 credits
ATTR673: Therapeutic Interventions 2 4 credits
ATTR660: General Medical Conditions 3 credits
ATTR604: Administration and Organization 3 credits
ATTR615: Current Issues in Athletic Training 3 credits
HLTH632: Psychology of Injury and Illness 3 credits
HLTH663: Applied Sport and Exercise Science 3 credits
HLTH615: Introduction to Pharmacology 3 credits
Clinical courses 15 credits
ATTR653: Clinical Experience 1 3 credits
ATTR654: Clinical Experience 2 3 credits
ATTR655: Clinical Experience 3 3 credits
ATTR656: Clinical Experience 4

6 credits

For additional information, please contact Program Director, Eric Lippincott at elippinc@LHUP.edu.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling

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The MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) is an online, CACREP accredited 60 credit degree program that is designed to be consistent with the requirements for licensure as a professional counselor in Pennsylvania (049 PA Code § 49.13). 

Upon graduation from the program, you will have completed the educational requirements for licensure and be ready to fulfill the remainder of the Pennsylvania state requirements for licensure as a professional counselor. The program is consistent with other state licensure codes and a non-Pennsylvania student may be license eligible in another state as a counselor.  In addition, upon successful completion of the program and passing the National Counselor Examination, you will be able to submit your final transcript to NBCC and receive your National Certified Counselor (NCC) credential.

WHY CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING?

  • Help people manage and overcome mental and emotional disorders and problems with their family and other relationships
  • Help clients understand their problems and develop strategies to improve their lives
  • The need for mental health counselors is projected to grow 20 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations.  (Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition)

WHY OUR PROGRAM?

  • Accredited by CACREP
  • The only public university in Pennsylvania to offer an online CMHC program
  • Have the opportunity to be a national certified counselor (NCC) upon successful completion of the program and passing the National Counselor Examination

APPLICATION PROCESS

To complete the application process, students must submit:

  • Online application
  • Official college transcript(s)
  • Three letters of recommendation. 
    At least one letter will discuss the candidate's ability to succeed academically.  All letters must be specific to the program at LHU.
  • Statement of professional goals - One page in length
    Professional goal statement must include:
      • a brief discussion on the applicant's experience (professional and/or personal) in the mental health field.
      • a thorough discussion on why the applicant wants to attain a degree in CMHC from Lock Haven University.
      • a thorough discussion on how this degree will help the applicant achieve his/her specific career goals.

All application materials must be submitted to:

Lock Haven University- Office of Admissions
Lock Haven, PA  17745
gradadmissions@LHUP.edu

ADMISSION CRITERIA

Applications are currently being accepted.  Applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis until all seats are filled for the next cohort.  Applications will not be accepted after April 1. 

After applicants have submitted all application materials, if deemed qualified, they will be scheduled for a 30 minute virtual interview with the faculty. 

Successful applicants for regular matriculated status will have:

  • An undergraduate degree in psychology (or a related discipline such as education, criminal justice, sociology, etc.) from an accredited institution.
  • A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.  Completed coursework in research/statistics and abnormal psychology at the undergraduate level with a minimum grade of B in each course prior to matriculation into the program.
  • Work and/or life experience relevant to the study of clinical mental health counseling.
  • Strong letters of reference from individuals knowledgeable about the applicant’s academic preparation and/or relevant experience.
  • A strong personal interview with a CMHC faculty.

Applicants with a 2.85 - 2.99 undergraduate GPA with relevant life experience may be considered for an interview.  If admitted to the graduate program, they would be required to achieve a 3.0 GPA or better in their first 9 credit hours to remain in good academic standing.

For additional information, please contact Dr. Kristin Vincenzes at kav813@lockhaven.edu.

Health Science

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Masters of Health Science (MHS) degree has two concentrations in Health Promotion/Education and Healthcare Management. This 36 credit program can be completed 100% online in one-year with full time enrollment or two-years with part-time enrollment.

Health Science is broadly defined as the study and research of selected components of health and healthcare. The Master of Health Science is an advanced degree in the area of Health Science which focuses on the study and research of health and healthcare in areas such as health promotion/education, healthcare administration and leadership, as well as current issues in Health Science.

Why a Masters in Health Science?

  • US Department of Labor Statistics report a growth rate of 15%  for Medical & Health Services Managers (2014-2024)
  • US Department of Labor Statistics report a growth rate of 12%  for Health Educators, 10% Social/Community Service Managers, and 15% for Community Health Workers (2014-2024)
  • Graduates are prepared to adapt scientific knowledge to develop and administer health programs and policies

Why our program?

  • 100% online
  • Flexible course schedule and course sequence designed to minimize work conflicts
  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis
  • Culminating experience in the final semester (Capstone or Advanced Field Experience) aligns with the student’s career and professional goals

Admissions Requirements

Successful admission to the MHS program will be determined based on several factors including successful completion of academic prerequisites, academic ability, evidence of ability to work with people, and letters of recommendation.

Applicants must have achieved a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution and must complete the Graduate Record Examination. In addition, they must complete an application for admission to the program which include official transcripts from all institutions attended, letters of recommendations, and a personal mission statement. Completed applications will be reviewed by the admissions committee of the program. Applicants will be required to complete an interview with the admissions committee prior to selection into the program.

Admittance to Program

  • Complete an Online application
  • Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • Official college transcripts
  • Three professional letters of recommendation
  • Personal mission statement – one page in length

Requirements for Candidacy

To earn candidacy into the MHS degree students must successfully complete 12 credits, maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0/4.0 and successfully complete program requirements within each concentration. 

  • Successfully complete 12 credits within the MHS Program
  • Grade point average of 3.0/4.0
  • Successful completion of program requirements/ artifacts within selected concentration
  • Successful completion of a degree plan
Physician Assistant

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The Lock Haven University Physician Assistant Program has been granted the status Accreditation-Continued in September of 2012 by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). The program was last reviewed in 2012 and is scheduled for review again in 2017. Information regarding PA Program Accreditation and ARC-PA can be found at http://www.arc-pa.org/.

PROGRAM MISSION

The mission of the MHS program is to educate and train highly-skilled Physician Assistants who:

  • are capable of providing quality health care
  • have expertise in the health care needs of the medically underserved
  • are prepared to critically evaluate, and become leaders in bringing about improvement in the medical and social systems that affect the health of underserved populations
  • will seek and retain employment as primary care Physician Assistants in medically underserved areas of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

APPLICATION PROCESS

To complete the application process, students must submit:

Candidates for the MHS: Physician Assistant program may not apply directly to Lock Haven University.  All required documents must be submitted via CASPA.

The deadline for the May 2017 entry term has passed. Students looking to apply for the May 2018 entry term must apply no later than October 1, 2017.

ADMISSION CRITERIA

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • A cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Satisfactory completion of the Graduate Record Exam (a minimum combined score of 300 and a minimum GRE writing score of 3.5) within the past three years.
  • Satisfactory completion of all prerequisite courses listed below:
    • 2 Courses in General Chemistry
    • 2 Courses of General Biology or Zoology
    • Human Anatomy
    • Human Physiology
    • Human Genetics
    • Microbiology
    • Statistics

While not required, the following courses are recommended as they better prepare students for the rigor of the program:

  • Organic Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Physics
  • Additional coursework in the behavioral sciences: Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology

Anatomy and Physiology courses must be completed within 5 years of matriculation.  A combined two semester anatomy/physiology is acceptable.

All required courses must be completed within 10 years of matriculation.

Science courses with labs are preferred.

All students must show evidence of computer literacy, either through formal coursework or experience. Computer literacy includes basic understanding of the operation of computer systems, and applications such as word processing, file management, spreadsheets, and the use of the internet.

Because of the unique nature of the master’s program, transfer credits are not accepted as substituting for any component of the Graduate Physician Assistant Program.

A minimum of five students, enrolled in the Lock Haven University Department of Health Sciences Pre-Physician Assistant Degree Program, meeting the entry requirements of the current 3 + 2 Majors, following a successful interview, are admitted each year.  Please discuss with the Chair of the Health Sciences Department.

Requirements for International Medical Graduates

**The LHU graduate physician assistant program admissions committee reserves the right to make exceptions in extenuating circumstances.**
 
Enrollment in the Physician Assistant Program is limited. Students are selected upon evaluation of the following factors: completion of academic prerequisites, academic ability, residency, evidence of potential for future practice in primary care in medically underserved areas of Pennsylvania, evidence of personality traits indicating an ability to work effectively with people, and letters of recommendation. Those candidates who appear most qualified based upon the above factors may be asked for a personal interview.  Shadowing experience with physician assistants is encouraged.  Health care experience, while beneficial, is not a requirement for admission.
Sport Science

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Graduate study in sport science provides advanced preparation for those who love sports and wish to pursue sport-related careers. The Master of Science in Sport Science offers students two track options.

Graduates of the Sport Administration track are prepared for careers ranging from marketing, sales and sponsorship to event planning and facility management in professional, amateur, educational and community sport settings.

Having examined how psychological factors influence sport performance and physical activity participation, and how sport and physical activity involvement affect psychological well-being, graduates of the Sport and Exercise Psychology track are prepared to help athletes and others achieve optimal performance.

Below you will find student testimonials as well as instructions on what is needed to apply to the Sport Science program.

Admission Process

To complete the admissions process, students must submit:

  • Online application
  • Official college transcripts
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Statement of professional goals

Application materials may be sent electronically to gradadmissions@LHUP.edu  or mailed directly to the following address:

Lock Haven University
Office of Admissions, ATTN: Graduate
401 N Fairview Street
Lock Haven, PA 17745

*Lock Haven University graduates do not need to request transcripts; the Office of Admissions will do this on your behalf.

Students also have the option of registering for up to three courses as a non-degree seeking student and have those courses automatically transfer to degree seeking status upon official enrollment in the program.  If you would like to register for courses as a non-degree student complete the Walk-In Registration process.

Note:  Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for state or federal financial aid.

Financial Aid for Graduate Students

The FAFSA is completed by all students seeking federal financial aid. LHU's code is 003323. To ensure full and timely consideration for available aid programs, students should submit their FAFSA application at least four weeks prior to beginning their graduate program.  Students beginning their enrollment in the spring or summer semesters must complete a FAFSA form with financial information from the preceding year.

Once completed and submitted to Lock Haven University, the Office of Financial Aid will determine your eligibility for all financial aid options.  Financial aid applications will not be considered until after a graduate student has been accepted into their program of study.  Financial aid counselors will also assist you in answering questions regarding the conditions of each option.

To be eligible for Federal Financial Aid (Stafford and/or Graduate PLUS Loans) students must be enrolled as at least a half-time student.

The office of Federal Student Aid has developed an electronic document titled “Financial aid for Graduate and Professional Students” that provides an overview of federal student aid available, basic eligibility requirements, how to apply, where to find non-federal aid, and key items to consider before taking out a student loan. 

Student Testimonials

"As a coach and teacher who is constantly busy, the LHU MS Sport Science Program is set up perfectly for me because I can do the class work on my own time.  I was initially nervous about the online format because I ask a lot of questions, but I found that I learned a lot more by doing assignments on my own.  Also, the format of the class gives me chances to contact teachers and peers frequently which helps a lot.  With the hope of becoming an Athletic Director down the road, I believe that the material being taught in this program will ultimately help me achieve my goal.  Although I only took 2 courses so far, I know that I made the right choice by choosing LHU for achieve my Master's degree."

David Jake Wartella

The LHU MS Sports Science Program is great. The work itself is relatively recent to today's issues, problems and concerns which makes it very interested to learn about. For the total work load to be online, the professors really make sure you understand the assignments. I love the fact that I don't have to sit in a classroom yet have the same access to professors if I have any questions. I'm able to work full time while getting my masters which enables me to gain more work experience to go along which furthering my education. I would recommend this program to anyone looking to capitalize on both work and education.

Peaches Nesmith

Teaching and Learning

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In today's climate of educational reform, educational professionals are needed who are knowledgeable of best practices in the classroom to maximize student achievement, and who are prepared to engage in reflective practices that can affect teacher and student performance. Inherent in this process is the concept of the reflective decision-maker.

The Master of Education in Teaching and Learning, aligned with the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) and fully accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)/Council for the Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP), is designed to provide in-service teachers and other education professionals with an opportunity to enhance their knowledge of instructional design, assessment, classroom management and technology integration.

Courses include activities for Education professionals to develop reflective practice skills through action research within the classroom.

Enrollment Requirements

Students must have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher be accepted into the Teaching and Learning Program.

The program has been approved by Lock Haven University, The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Admissions and Application Process

To complete the admissions procedure, students must submit;

  • An online application
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • A writing sample
  • Official college transcripts
  • A copy of PA teaching certification (Optional)

Lock Haven University Graduates do not have to request transcripts; the Office of Graduate Admissions will do this for you.

Writing Sample

Review a pertinent scholarly journal article or report published in a recent professional journal. Include the problem or issue, the author's viewpoint and supporting ideas. Also include your professional opinion in the final paragraphs of the essay. Your essay should not exceed 300 words. (You must submit a copy of the full text of the article along with your essay.)

Writing samples, letters of recommendation, statements of interest in principal certification and teaching certificate may be sent via email to gradadmissions@LHUP.edu or faxed to 570-484-2201.

The mailing address is:

Lock Haven University
Office of Admissions ATTN: Graduate
401 N Fairview St.
Lock Haven PA 17745

Enrollment Periods

Lock Haven University offers two enrollment periods: Fall and Spring Semesters. Students can enter the program during the summer sessions but will be officially enrolled in the following fall semester. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and decisions are rendered after the receipt of all admissions documents.

Transfer Credits

Students may transfer up to nine credits of graduate work from an accredited institution toward the Elective Requirements of the Master of Education program. All transfer credits must be approved in writing by the Program Coordinator. Transfer Credit Approval forms are available on the Registrar's website.

What Students Are Saying About the Program

 “Lock Haven University's online Master of Education program has met all of my expectations. The online delivery has allowed me to work at my own pace from home while fulfilling my other responsibilities as a wife, educator, and mother of two. The program provides a wide range of learning experiences which has left me with a professional portfolio that any educator would be proud of. The assignments are relevant to my current teaching position, and the opportunity for reflection has changed the way I think as an educator. The instructors showed their commitment to student learning through their constant feedback and individual attention through online discussions and contact via email. This program was a great fit for me.”

Kelly Ripple, 2010 Graduate

 

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