Is the Educational Leadership Program Right for You?
Do you like to work collaboratively with others? Are you someone who loves guiding students and is committed to their success? Do you feel inspired to mentor future generations? If so, a career in Educational Leadership may be the right profession for you!
The Master of Education (MEd) in Educational Leadership offers students three concentrations to choose from Curriculum Leadership, K-12 Public School Leadership and Non-Public/Charter School Leadership. All programs are state-approved and are designed to develop outstanding leaders, supervisors, and administrators for the schools of Florida and the nation.
This program is designed to provide aspiring school leaders with the tools needed for leadership in the 21st century. The curriculum is current, research-based and focused on application in the educational setting at all levels. Courses are also taught by faculty with diverse experiences in education including school leadership, district administration, and university teaching and research. With flexibility and support in mind, these courses are designed for working professionals.
They include face-to-face, online and hybrid classes, making it possible for full-time educators to complete their programs in as few as five semesters. Faculty and academic advisors will help you develop a plan that meets your needs and suits your schedule. With online support and services just a click away, USFSM gives personalized assistance that meets your needs as a working student.
Educational Leadership graduates are sought after for administrative positions in Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotte County School Districts because of their leadership training specific to the educational field. With a Master’s in Educational Leadership from USFSM, graduates begin careers as professionals with scholarly expertise. USFSM graduates go on to serve as:
- Department Heads
- Curriculum Specialists
- Assistant Principals
- District-Level Administration Leaders
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Last updated September 13, 2018