Macomb County Locations

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Macomb University Center Office Hours: M-TH 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Anton/Frankel Center Office Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Anton/Frankel Center

20 South Main Street
Mount Clemens, MI 48043-2370
(248) 370-3910

Macomb University Center

44575 Garfield Road
Clinton Township, MI 48038-1139
(586) 263-6242

Macomb OU INCubator

6633 18 Mile Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48314-4215
(586) 884-9320

Graduate Programs in Macomb County

Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

In Macomb County, OU offers many courses in high-demand graduate programs. In some instances, you can complete all course requirements in Macomb.

For a complete list and detailed information on all OU graduate programs, look through our graduate online catalog.

Education Specialist in Leadership

The Education Specialist Degree (Ed.S.) in (K-12) Leadership is a 34 credit, cohort-structured, post-master’s degree program designed for individuals who are looking to further their education and aspire to positions in education administration. The curriculum is relevant — aligning instruction with the true experience in leadership — and connects with current issues in K-12 education. 

Students are recommended for the Administrator Certificate (Building Level). Twenty-eight credits earned in the Ed.S. program can be applied toward Oakland University’s Ph.D. in Education.  Classes are taught  with face-to-face, hybrid, and 100% online cohort modules available.

  • Convenient class schedule/format, designed for busy professionals
  • Can be completed in 22-months
  • Experienced administrators and area specialists teach all courses
  • Customize your research, mentorship, and internship
  • Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Standards are applied throughout the course of study
  • Michigan Department of Education approved
  • Nationally recognized by the National Policy Board of Education Administration (NPB) and the Education Leadership Constituent Counsel (ELCC)
  • Knowledge of all the important aspects of school administration
  • Increased career options as a principal or school administrator
  • Gain extensive experience (via internship) in preparation for a front line administrative position as an informed and reflective educational leader

The Ed.S. program in Educational Leadership goals are designed to prepare leaders for the challenges inherent in school leadership, specifically to:

  • Prepare transformational leaders who can build a school culture and vision to ensure success for every student;
  • Create and sustain social justice;
  • Use data and research to inform practice;
  • Build capacity for teachers to work as leaders in the schools;
  • Prepare students for a knowledge economy.

Education Specialist in Leadership website and catalog

Master of Arts in Teaching in Elementary Education

OU's Master of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education (MATEE) with elementary certification is designed for those individuals who already have a bachelor's degree but are ready for a career change. A program strength is the classroom field experience. You'll receive hands-on instruction and classroom management experience with K-8 students.

Master of Arts in Teaching in Elementary Education and catalog

Master of Arts in Counseling

The counseling profession helps people to become self-aware, growth-oriented and effective in mastering the challenges of life. Counselors — as skilled, perceptive, broadly educated professionals — assist clients in identifying areas for improvement and in carrying out changes that promote life fulfillment. Drawing upon a foundation of research and theory in philosophy, psychology and education, counselors use therapeutic skills and consultation techniques with both individuals and groups. In any setting, the goal of counseling is to help people expand their potential, facilitate development and live more satisfying and productive lives.

In order to prepare students for this difficult task, the master’s degree program in counseling at Oakland University sets forth a 48-credit curriculum designed to foster both personal development and the acquisition of a broad range of knowledge and skills.

Initial courses introduce the theoretical and professional components of the field. Later courses emphasize research and clinical skills. Finally, students are supervised intensively as they apply their knowledge and skills in courses that use on-campus laboratory facilities and approved field training sites. Students select an emphasis in either community/agency or school counseling.

  • The Master of Arts Degree in Counseling is transitioning to reflect current accreditation standards in the January 2015 winter semester.
  • The current 48 credit Community Counseling track will transition to a 60 credit Clinical Mental Health Degree.
  • The 48 credit School Counseling track will transition to a 50 credit School Counseling track.
  • Both of these changes are necessary to meet new accreditation standards and as a result of these revisions Oakland's programs will continue to be accredited under.
  • CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programming - Please see Master of Arts in Counseling website and School Counseling only catalog, Community Counseling only catalog