A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
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Explore educational politics and policy, the role of educational organizations working with schools and communities, and research and policy analysis.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in educational leadership and policy studies (ELPS) prepares educational leaders and administrators. Students build upon their existing experti ... +
Students completing the Master of Science in Education degree will be prepared to learn theories of transformative learning and multiple intelligence theory and their pedagogi ... +
NSU's online Master of Science in Education Law designed specifically for professionals seeking to understand how current and proposed legislation affects the United States ed ... +
An essential degree for advancement in education administration and leadership that is aligned with the State of Maine requirements for Assistant Principal and Principal/Super ... +
Our MA program answers the need for global leaders with the practical experience, foundational knowledge, and ethical commitments necessary to achieve lasting and effective so ... +
This leading-edge master’s degree was born out of need to support and empower school administrators to be effective in urban environments. Davenport University’s College of Ur ... +
There are three tracks within the MS degree in ELPA. Focus on K12 Leadership with Social Justice Focus is designed for current teachers or school leaders who wish to lead scho ... +
The Teacher Leadership M.Ed. program is a four semester degree (30 credit hours) intended for K12 educators working in public, charter, private schools and other educational o ... +
Rooted in economics and sociology, this master’s teaches you how to use statistics, data sets, and research results to formulate, implement, and evaluate educational policies ... +