About the Program

The Master’s in Educational Leadership prepares educators to take on the role of a school administrator through coursework that is a mixture of a little theory and an abundance of application. Students apply learning to their school environments, from supervision, political processes, curriculum development to critical issues. This 39-hour program includes two semester-long internships and leads to certification in administration and supervision with a passing PRAXIS score.

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Program Learning Outcomes: Skills and Knowledge

The skills and knowledge obtained throughout the coursework are all aligned to the ELCC and NELP standards:

  • Knowledge of human and public relations problems in education
  • New curricular developments and trends
  • Skills in practical applications of educational research
  • Competence in applying principles of human and group behavior in problem situations.
  • Knowledge and competencies in staff personnel administration
  • Different leadership and management styles and a clear understanding and working knowledge of
  • Learner-Centered Education

Tracks or Concentrations

  • Elementary Administration
  • Secondary Administration

Modalities of Instruction

  • Face-to-Face
  • Online, Synchronous (Scheduled Meeting Times)
  • Hybrid
  • Online, Asynchronous (On Demand)

Aspirational Career Sector

61. Education