SEHS to offer institutional awards for K-12 teachers
By Eric Reikowski, media relations assistant
Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services is offering an institutional award to educators seeking professional development credits. The award provides tuition assistance of $75 per credit hour which may be applied to any one of a handful of select courses, up to four credit hours.
Only persons not currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program at Oakland may receive this award, which has a maximum value of $300.
Eligible courses include offerings from Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Reading and Language Arts, Teacher Development and Educational Studies, Educational Leadership and Counseling. The following courses are eligible for the summer session II, which runs from Monday, June 27 through Wednesday, Aug. 17.
EC 540 Theories of Child Development and Education
SE 641 Counseling Issues for Special Needs
RDG 570 Authors and Illustrators’ Art and Craft
RDG 577 Narrative Reading & Writing
RDG 578 Non-Fiction Reading and Writing
EST 505 The Art of Children's Books
EST 541/CNS 431 Crisis Intervention: Preventing Self-Harm
EST 631 Metropolitan Detroit Youth Studies Seminar
EL 625 Current Topics in Higher Education: Studying the Achievement Gap in Higher Education
CNS 573 Family and Couple Counseling
OU's Office of Graduate Admissions is responsible for admission of professional develop students. To apply, visit OU's Professional Development website. The enrollment deadline is Tuesday, June 28.
For additional course details, including dates and times, log on to Oakland's SAIL system. and click on "Class Schedule Search."
For more information, contact the SEHS Advising Office at (248) 370-4182.
Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services is offering an institutional award to educators seeking professional development credits.
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