Lindenwood Campus Closed (1/30) – No In-Person Classes

Lindenwood Campus Closed (1/30) – No In-Person Classes

Due to inclement weather and potentially hazardous road conditions, the Lindenwood University campus will be closed today, Monday, January 30. Non-essential employees are to work their regular hours remotely. Essential Employees should contact their supervisor for their on-campus schedule. We thank you in advance for your service.

Classes that are normally held in-person will be held virtually or will have learning activities that can be completed remotely. Students enrolled in classes that are online, hyflex, or hybrid should check Canvas and email for information from their professor, since many of these learning activities will continue virtually. Faculty should provide information regarding changes to class assignments and deadlines. Students should check Canvas and email for communication from their instructors.

All other in-person campus activities are canceled. Virtual events may continue as planned. Any change in dining service hours will be communicated and/or updated in GrubHub.

College of Education and Human Services

School Administration (EdS)

School Administration (EdS)

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Educational Specialist (EdS) offered in On-campus, Online and Hybrid formats.

The Lindenwood University's College of Education and Human Services also offers the Educational Specialist in School Administration degree that is designed for those with a MA in a field other than School Administration.  This program leads to initial principal certification and thus prepares you to serve as an educational leader.  You will be taught the skills needed to effectively lead teachers and other school staff in order to create a productive and positive school environment.  Furthermore, you will analyze current research to understand what works in education and help teachers implement those best practices in the classroom.

This program leads to eligibility for initial principal certification in the state of Missouri and requires at least 21 credit hours of coursework at the 60000 level and you must pass the Pearson #058 Assessment.  You must also have a valid teaching certificate at the level which you intend to be certified and two years of teaching experience.

For more information, please contact Dr. Graham Weir, Educational Specialist Program, Coordinator at (636) 949-4315.

Program Planning Worksheet
Degree Requirements / Course Descriptions
Domains and Competencies
Educational Leadership Certification Handbook