M.A.Ed. - Educational Leadership
Our Master of Arts in Education in Educational Leadership degree prepares you to be more than a principal. It prepares you to be a leader, master teacher, and researcher.
What Is Required?
Classes for the education leadership degree are held online. To earn the degree, you’ll take 37 semester hours of coursework that focus on topics that matter most to principals, including:
During the program you spend a total of 500 hours completing field experiences and internships to apply your classroom learning to actual school settings as you take the final two courses. The leadership portfolio you submit with your internships ties your research, coursework and field experiences together.
Core Experiences (6 semester hours)
- EDLD 532 – Curriculum Decision-Making
- EDLD 535 – Action Research
Content-Related Experiences (31 semester hours)
- EDLD 605 – Developing and Demonstrating Teacher Leadership
- EDLD 610 – The Principalship- Part I
- EDLD 615 – The Principalship – Part II
- EDLD 620 – School Finance and Budget
- EDLD 625 – Technology in the 21st Century School
- EDLD 630 – School Law
- EDLD 634 – Measurement and Assessment
- EDLD 640 – Supervision of Instruction
- EDLD 694 – Internship I (Summer only)
- EDLD 695 – Internship II (Academic year only)
- EDLD 696 – Internship III (Academic year only)
Program Portfolio (0 semester hours)
- EDLD 697 – Program Portfolio (Pass/ Fail – no credit)
Total: 37 Semester Hours
Dr. Danielle Edwards