Graduate Programs Overview

The John H. Lounsbury College of Education offers graduate programs both on the Milledgeville campus and at the Macon Center for Graduate and Professional Learning.

As part of the admissions process, graduate program applicants must pass the on-site graduate writing assessment.

All applicants for initial certification programs must pass a background check.  Persons convicted of felonies or crimes of moral turpitude are not eligible for programs.

Below is a listing of the graduate programs that are offered:

Ed.S. Degree--Specialist in Education 
Education with a Concentration in
Early Childhood Education
Middle Grades Reading
Middle Grades Language Arts
Middle Grades Science
Middle Grades Social Studies
Middle Grades Mathematics
Secondary Biology
Secondary English
Secondary History
Secondary Mathematics
Secondary Political Science
Educational Leadership Performance-based
Special Education

M.Ed. Degree--Masters of Education (for advanced certification)
Early Childhood Education
Education with a Concentration in
Middle Grades Reading
Middle Grades Language Arts
Middle Grades Science
Middle Grades Social Studies
Middle Grades Mathematics
Secondary Biology
Secondary English
Secondary Foreign Language: French
Secondary Foreign Language: Spanish
Secondary History
Secondary Mathematics
Secondary Political Science 
Instructional Technology (initial certification)           
Library Media (initial certification)
Reading, Literacy, & Language (initial certification)
Special Education

M.A.T. Degree--Master of Arts in Teaching (initial certification)
Middle Grades Education with Concentrations in
Science and Reading
Mathematics and Reading
Secondary Education with a Concentration in
Art
Biology
Business Education
Chemistry
English
French
History
Mathematics
Physics
Political Science
Spanish
Special Education

Non-Degree Programs
Endorsements

Endorsement in Reading: Classroom Teacher of Reading
Endorsement in ESOL

Add-Ons (added to existing master degree certificates)          
Library Media

During regular summer sessions, taking more than nine hours requires permission of advisor. If taking more than eleven hours, a petition is required.

For more information:

Shanda Brand, Graduate Advisor
228 Kilpatrick
478-445-1383
shanda.brand@gcsu.edu

See the complete list of programs.

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