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Are you interested in becoming a lead teacher, grade level team leader, department head, or program coordinator?
Our Master in Education (M.Ed.) degree with a specialization in Instructional Leadership prepares experienced K-12 teachers for roles as lead teachers, instructional supervisors, curriculum specialists, and department heads. The M.Ed. is a 36-credit program for elementary and secondary teachers in both general and vocational education.
It is designed to enhance your instructional and leadership skills so that you can become a master teacher who can model effective practices, analyze and evaluate curriculum and instruction, and provide help and guidance to other pre-service and in-service teachers.
|EDUC 501||Research Theory||3|
|EDUC 520||Universal Design for Learning||3|
|EDUC 546||Current Problems/Issues in Education||3|
|EDUC 547||Curriculum Planning/Assessment Practice||3|
|EDUC 549||School Law and Professional Ethics||3|
|EDUC 554||Contemporary Learning Theories||3|
|EDUC 603||Dynamics of Leadership and Change||3|
|*MED 524||Instructional Design: Theory and Application||3|
|MED 529||Integrating Internet into Curriculum||3|
|R ED 526||Teaching Strategies in Content Areas||3|
|S ED 511||Curriculum Adaptations||3|
|S ED 539||Classroom and School Management||3|
|EDUC 555||Professional Contribution (Site Based Action Research Project)||0|
* Optional: May be replaced with an elective from another discipline.