Degrees and Programs
Master of Arts in Instructional Leadership/Teacher Leadership
The Master of Arts in Instrucational Leadership/Teacher Leadership is a 30 credit program designed to prepare educators for leadership roles in education. The program will help teachers improve their leadership and classroom skills.
Educational Specialist (Ed.S)/Principal
The Educational Specialist degree is designed for educators possessing a master's degree, with at least three years' teaching experience, who wish to further their ability to improve student achievement, leadership skills, and knowledge of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. The coursework is comprised of 30 hours.
The coursework contains Level I initial certification (30 hours) for principals and Level II (6 hour internship) leading to ongoing certification for principals.
School Superintendent Certificate
This program requires Level II principal certification and a minimum 2 years' administration experience serving on a certification. It is designed to prepare people to lead district efforts to improve district performance. It is a 12 hour program.
School District Director of Pupil Personnel Services Certificate
This 18 hour program will certify individuals to be the central office director of pupil personnel. Must have completed Level I principal courses.
School District Supervisor of Instruction Certificate K-12
This program prepares instructional supervisors for school district-wide leadership. Initial certification for supervisor of instruction requires completion of an approved master’s degree, Level II Instructional Leadership program or certification, and three years of teaching experience.
When applying for admission, it is required to submit three letters of recommendation, a resume, and a statement of personal/professional objective to the graduate school before your application is considered complete.
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