Move ahead in your profession with relevant classes, real-world experiences and advanced technology from the graduate studies degree programs at Lake Erie College.
Our Mission for Grad Students
Lake Erie College provides an excellent, Inclusive, and highly personalized education grounded in the liberal arts tradition. Guided by hope and care, our students are empowered to lead lives of personal significance and professional success as global citizens. With an emphasis on applicable skills such as communication, critical and intellectual inquiry, and designing solutions for real-world problems in specific disciplines, faculty in the Graduate Studies programs guide students to aspire to the highest levels of personal and professional fulfillment.
Grad School at LEC Outcomes and Objectives
Students who graduate from anyone of our graduate programs at Lake Erie College will:
Develop content mastery, independent thought in subjects of increased complexity and critical understanding of research
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, about theories, arguments, methods and concepts related to the specific area of study
Demonstrate proficiency in the professional skills needed to participate in the intellectual and organizational aspects of chosen career field.
Application Process for Graduate Students These are the two things you will need to apply to graduate studies at Lake Erie College:
#1 Bachelor's Degree
First, you'll need a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university.
Submit your official undergraduate transcripts and any graduate work completed — sent directly to Admissions Office from the degree-granting institution.
The GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) may be required at the discretion of LEC faculty. Students who have taken the GMAT should have all scores forwarded to the Admissions Office.
Admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis and students are usually notified within one week once their application is complete.
Graduate Council Defined:
Graduate Council is the body that oversees graduate programs at Lake Erie College.
About the Graduate Council at Lake Erie College
The Graduate Council at Lake Erie College has several purposes: (1) to communicate with the faculty senate on policy discussions and proposals, program review, and to make recommendations regarding graduate studies and resources affecting graduate programs; (2) to study and review both new and existing graduate programs and to provide institutional guidance regarding the exploration of new graduate programs (3) to act as a board of appeals on matters of academic petitions as they pertain to graduate studies.
The Graduate Council at Lake Erie College is composed of The Director of Graduate Studies, Deans of the schools with graduate programs, A faculty representative from each graduate program, and the Vice President for Academic Affairs (ex officio)