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School of Education - Educational Leadership Department

EDD

Doctor of Education
The 48 credit hour program is available in two tracks. An Educational Administration (Advanced Certification) track is for certified educators who wish to pursue careers in administration, such as principal or superintendent. The Instructional Leadership (Non-Certification) track is for anyone who wishes to maximize his or her instructional skills, including classroom teachers, curriculum writers, professional development people, or even non-educators, such as MBAs who are involved in training or some other line of work with an instructional aspect. The Instructional Leadership (Non-Certification) track offers three options; Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in PK-12, Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in Andragogy, and Instructional Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration.

• Doctor of Education
• Education Leadership At A Glance (PDF)



EDS


Educational Specialist
The 28-30 credit hour program is available in three tracks; Educational Administration (Advanced Certification), School Administration (Initial Certification), Instructional Leadership (Non-Certification). The Instructional Leadership (Non-Certification) track offers three options; Instructional Leadership with emphasis in PK-12, Instructional Leadership with emphasis in K-5 Math Specialist, and Instructional Leadership with emphasis in K-12 Literacy Education Specialist.

• Educational Specialist
• Education Leadership At A Glance (PDF)


EDMA Master of Arts
The Master of Arts in School Administration is a 36 credit hour program that meets the needs of those students seeking initial certification as a school principal. The Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in K - 5 Mathematics Education Specialist is designed to train teacher leaders to provide support for elementary classroom teachers.

• Master of Arts
• Education Leadership At A Glance (PDF)


For more information on:

Graduate Educational Leadership Certification Programs
• MA in School Administration (Initial Principal Certification) contact Dr. Dean Vazis
• EdS in School Administration (Initial Principal Certification) contact Dr. Weir
• EdS in Educational Administration (Advanced Principal/Supt. Cert.) contact Dr. Weir
• EdD in Educational Administration (Advanced Principal/Supt. Cert.) contact Dr. Long / Dr. Stewart

Graduate Educational Leadership non-certification Programs
• MA (Math Education Specialist K-5) contact Dr. Sherrie Wisdom
• EdS in Instructional Leadership (P-12 Emphasis) contact Dr. Weir or Dr. Lynda Leavitt
• EdS in Instructional Leadership (Math Education Specialist K-5) contact Dr. Sherrie Wisdom
• EdS in Instructional Leadership (Reading Literacy Specialist K-12) contact Dr. Rebecca Panagos
• EdD Instructional Leadership (P-12 Emphasis) contact Dr. Stewart / Dr. Long / Dr. Leavitt
• EdD Instructional Leadership (Andragogy Emphasis) contact Dr. Henschke / Dr. Isenberg
• EdD Instructional Leadership (Higher Ed. Admin. Emphasis) contact Dr. Stewart / Dr. Long

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