Graduate Applications Being Taken by School of Education

Nov. 10, 1995

WACO, Texas-Baylor University's Department of Educational Administration is now accepting applications for admission to its 1996 master's and doctoral programs.

The master of science in education and mid-management certification program is a two-year sequence designed for full-time employees of K-12 public and private schools.

Courses for the master's program are offered every Tuesday evening during the fall and spring sessions and one full Wednesday per month during two full summer sessions.

"The Scholars of Practice" doctoral program includes tracks for those seeking careers in community colleges or other higher education institutions as well as K-12 public and private schools. Doctoral classes are offered on weekends and in summers. The program requires a minimum of 3 1/2 years to complete, including a dissertation. The doctoral program is designed to meet the needs of the full-time employed educator.

Prospective doctoral students may attend a departmental orientation and assessment session scheduled from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7.

For more information, call Dr. James L. Williamson, chair of the Department of Educational Administration, at (817) 755-3117.

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