This concentration is a state-approved program that carries the endorsement for educational leadership needed by teachers who wish to move into administration in the public school system. The program consists of 39 semester hours of core major and elective requirements. One year of teaching experience and a valid teaching certificate are required. Please direct any questions to Dr. Anne Swanson.
A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or its equivalent from a foreign institution with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in all work attempted in the last 60 credit hours of undergraduate study.
*It is important that you follow this schedule. The courses that are listed for each semester will only be offered during that semester with the exception of EDG 6991 Action Research, EDF 6480 Foundations of Research, and EDF 6607 Education in America.
Major: Educational Leadership
Concentration: School Leadership
Degree: Master of Education
Core Requirements (6 credits)
EDF6607 Education in America (3 Credits)
SELECT 1 FROM THE FOLLOWING:
- EDF 6480 Foundations in Education Research
- EDG 6911 Action Research in Education
Major Requirements (33 credits)
EDA6061 Introduction to Ed Leadership (3 Credits)
EDA6196 Leadership/Learning Organizat (3 Credits)
EDA6215 Developing School/Comm Resourc (3 Credits)
EDA6232 Law and Ethics in Edu Lead (3 Credits)
EDA6242 School Finance (3 Credits)
EDA6271 Technology and Ed Leadership (3 Credits)
EDA6945 Practicum in Educatl Leadrshp (1-9 Credits)
EDG6287 Princpls of School Acblty & As (1-3 Credits)
EDG6625 Curriculum Leadership Schools (3 Credits)
EDS6050 Instructional Leadership (3 Credits)
EDS6130 Human Resource Deve in Educati (3 Credits)