The M.S.Ed. program in Educational Leadership blends elements from well-grounded theoretical perspectives with innovative practices in the preparation of educational leaders for entry-level positions in educational organizations. Within the program, attention is directed to:
The goals of the Educational Leadership program are to develop educators to:
Most classes meet one evening per week, beginning at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Summer courses are offered in three- and six-week blocks with courses available during both a.m. and p.m. The program offers courses as evening and weekend classes to enable students to use their time on campus effectively.
College of Education and Public Policy Requirements
Application deadline is May 1 for Summer and December 1 for Spring.
If you are unsure which Licensing Rules apply to you, please see your academic advisor.
The Practicum and Portfolio Preparation Guidelines [PDF] were revised in Fall 2011 for students in Educational Leadership.
The Technology Self-Assessment Log can be downloaded by clicking on the link [PDF].
Dr. Pat Garvey
Director, Educational Leadership