All Educational Leadership programs require at least a master's degree, (with the exception of Program Coordinator) three years' successful teaching experience (with the exception of Program Coordinator and School Business Coordinator), and a 150-hour practicum including a professional issues seminar. The following courses are required in the respective licensing areas. Portfolio requirements also apply.
ED 620, ED 696, and four additional courses targeted to the specific area of licensing interest
ED 602, 620, 621, 622, 625, 626, 631, 662, 696
ED 602, 620, 621, 622, 625, 626, 631, 637, 662, 696
ED 602, 620, 640, 645, 647, 656, 696, and one additional approved elective
Please request information for the Doctor of Education Degree.
When a candidate also seeks a master's degree, the required courses are incorporated into the master's degree plan:
Each student must complete a minimum of 33 credits to receive the Master of Arts in Education degree.
The curriculum includes the following requirements:
(9 credits; 3 courses)
Provide advanced studies in instruction, curriculum planning, Educational Leadership, and research.
One of the following (as appropriate for specialized studies):
-or other approved courses
(one course, appropriate to area of specialization)