Graduate Degrees (off-campus)

Master of Business Administration
Eastern's MBA program mission addresses a broad range of business-related skills emphasizing a combination of teamwork, writing, contemporary global issues, and analytical skills. This graduate program is offered at Parkland College in Champaign. For more information contact:

Dr. John Willems, 217-581-3028 or mba@eiu.edu


Master of Science in Counseling

The programs in the Department of Counseling and Student Development are designed to provide you with the skills, knowledge, and competencies needed to function effectively as a counselor or student affairs professional. A cohort program is currently offered in Champaign. For more information contact:

Dr. Roberts, 217-581-2400 or rlroberts@eiu.edu


Master of Science in Education in Educational Leadership

This program provides the necessary coursework for securing "The Illinois Type 75 General Administrative Certificate." The program is designed to meet the requirement for becoming a principal, dean, or building or central office administrator. Cohort programs are currently being offered in Danville, Decatur, Mt. Vernon, Champaign, Olney, and Vandalia. For more information contact:

Department of Educational Administration, 217-581-2919 or edadmin@eiu.edu.


Master of Science in Education in Elementary Education

The purpose of this program of advanced studies is to further the professional abilities and scholarly preparation of teachers at levels ranging from preschool through the middle school level. A complete program is currently being offered in Decatur. For more information contact:

Dr. Joy Russell, 217-581-5728 or jlrussell@eiu.edu


Master of Science in Technology
 
The graduate program in Technology prepares students to become successful leaders in today's technological and global environment. The program is designed to provide students with opportunities for developing advanced professional, technical, and personal competencies in the field of technology. This program with an emphasis in technology is offered in the Champaign-Urbana area and the Chicago area. For more information contact:

Dr. Ping Liu, 217-581-6267, 217-581-3226 or pliu@eiu.edu


Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership

This degree provides the necessary coursework for graduates to secure the Illinois State Board of Education Certification to be a Superintendent of Schools. In addition to successful completion of the program, two years of full-time administrative experience and successful completion of the Illinois Superintendent Certification Test are required for certification. A complete cohort program is currently being offered in Mt. Vernon and Decatur. For information, contact

Department of Educational Administration, 217-581-2919 or edadmin@eiu.edu