The faculty of Shawnee State University understand the needs of prospective graduate students. While traditional, on-campus programs are offered, many courses or entire programs are offered on-line or in a blended format. Regardless of delivery method, however, faculty are available on campus when the need arises. Support for students is just a phone call, email, or office visit away!
Specific program information and admission materials for SSU's M.Ed. and MOT are available by clicking on the program links from this site, or you may also contact the Graduate Center
Graduate Program Information
Graduate programs offered by Shawnee State University are housed within individual academic units across campus. Cooperative programs are those that are offered at Shawnee State University in some combination of on-campus and on-line courses. The GRADUATE CENTER is the university’s coordinating unit for all graduate programs and related matters and is directed by the Associate Provost. A Graduate Manual identifies general policies and procedures for campus graduate level programming. A Graduate Council oversees all matters related to graduate education.