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Educational Leadership

Educational Leadership

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Program Coordinator: James J. Rivard, Ed.D

PROGRAM OFFERED

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership leading to School Administrator Certification

Education Leadership

Education Leadership

PROGRAM OFFERED

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership leading to School Administrator Certification

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

A Master of Arts in Educational Leadership is a State Approved Administrative Certification Program that provides candidates with the knowledge, dispositions, and skills to manage and lead today’s schools. Courses are offered both on-line and on-campus. It prepares the educational leader to promote the success of all students by facilitating a vision of success that engages the school staff, families, and community members in research based practices that lead to increased student achievement. The program prepares administrators for the K-12 school principal, supervisory, and director opportunities. Candidates completing the program will be eligible for Administrative Certification K-12. The program focuses on the principal as the instructional leader and the chief architect of change in the school. In addition to a thorough grounding in the fundamental principles of administrative and management theory and capacity building, students will be introduced to the concept of the principal as change agent working closely with teachers, parents, and community members to create a supportive environment where teachers can teach and students can learn. The program is consists of 36 credit hours of course work, consisting of 11 core classes and one sociology elective. 

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