CMU Adds To Graduate Programming
The portfolio of graduate studies at Central Methodist University has been expanded with the addition of a new option to the Master of Education degree.
The CMU Graduate Committee recently approved a new concentration in athletic administration for its Master of Education (M.Ed.) program, according to Dr. John Carter, director of graduate studies and professor of political science. This option will only be available on the Fayette campus.
The athletic administration emphasis consists of at least 18 graduate credit hours within the 36 hour M.Ed. degree. It is designed for prospective and practicing professionals who seek careers or professional development in athletic administration in educational settings.
The new option will be offered starting this summer. It is the second concentration option for the M.Ed. program, joining mathematics. The regular M.Ed. degree from CMU is offered in Fayette and at CMU Extended Studies sites in Park Hills, Poplar Bluff, St. Louis-Adult Degree Program, Sedalia, Trenton, and Union.
The Master of Education degree at CMU is approved by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Universities. Financial aid is available for qualified students.
CMU also offers the Master of Science in Clinical Counseling, Master of Science in Nursing-Clinical Nurse Leader, and the new Master of Music Education degrees.
For more information, or to apply for any of CMU's graduate programs, contact Lea Tindall in the CMU Graduate Programs Office at 660-248-6254 or email: email@example.com
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