In early May, five students became the first graduates of Middle Georgia State University’s Master of Arts in Teaching.
Kelsey Wade and Jerrie Schack, who are pursuing Master of Science degrees in Management at Middle Georgia State University (MGA), were recently awarded Dixie Crow Scholarships from the Dixie Crow Chapter of the Association of Old Crows (AOC).
The Georgia Council of Graduate Schools (GCGS) held its fifth annual conference at the Marriott City Center Hotel in Macon on April 19-20. As the current GCGS president, Dr. Loretta Clayton, director of Graduate Student Policy and Support at Middle Georgia State University, organized the two-day academic conference.
The Georgia Council of Graduate Schools (GCGS) held its fifth annual conference and meeting at the Marriott City Center Hotel in Macon on April 19-20, 2018. Dr. Loretta Clayton, Director of Graduate Student Policy and Support at Middle Georgia State University, is the 2017-2018 GCGS President. She organized the two-day academic conference of panel discussions covering topics ranging from strategies to mentor and engage graduate students in conversations about developing new and innovative graduate programs and establishing strong partnerships within and across institutions.
The Georgia Council of Graduate Schools Spring 2018 Conference & Meeting will be on April 19 – 20, 2018 at the Marriott City Center Hotel in downtown Macon.
The GCGS is comprised of administrators, faculty, and staff throughout the state who work in the area of graduate studies and MGA has had a strong presence in the GCGS for the past few years. Several MGA administrators, including Dr. Cantwell, Associate Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies, and faculty members who teach graduate classes are presenting at the Spring 2018 Conference. The annual conference provides an opportunity to share knowledge, expertise, and best practices
Middle Georgia State University’s School of Business is hosting a Lunch & Learn to talk to prospective students about the new Master’s degree in Management. Drop by the Warner Robins Campus between 10:30 am – 1:30 pm on Thursday, July 20, in the Academic Services Building, 2nd floor. Enjoy pizza while learning about the Master Continue reading
**Featuring info about new MGA Graduate Programs: Master of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education (MAT) and Master of Science in Management (MSM) launching summer 2017** Tues. April 11 – Warner Robins Campus: Walker Auditorium MSM/Business Management focus: 12:00 to 2:00 pm MAT/Secondary Education focus: 2:00 to 4:00 pm Thurs. April 13 – Macon Campus: Continue reading
The Master of Arts in Teaching program is designed for people with bachelor’s degrees in English, biology, math or history who want to get certification to teach at the high school level. Learn more about our newest graduate program beginning this summer.
The Master of Arts in Teaching program is designed for people with bachelor’s degrees in English, biology, math or history who want to get certification to teach at the high school level. For more information on MGA’s newest Master’s program click here.
The Graduate Studies Council, a faculty group that consults with the Executive Committee, the Senate (including committees and boards of the Senate), and the Provost to develop policies and practices for graduate studies, requests nominations for new members beginning in the fall of 2017. The requirements for serving are as follows: nominees will – be Continue reading