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Educational Leadership

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

The responsibilities of educational leadership typically fall to local administrators, such as superintendents and principals, and might include deans or department heads. These professionals often work with teachers, students and parents and are often responsible to create policies to improve the existing educational systems.

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MEd, Teaching and Learning

Concordia University Chicago
Campus 1 - 2 years October 2017 USA Chicago

This course will help you – as a current teacher or educator – to expand your understanding of a range of educational theories, including areas such as curriculum, instruction, and assessment. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. MEd, Teaching and Learning This course will help you – as a current teacher or educator – to expand your understanding of a range of educational theories, including areas such as curriculum, instruction, and assessment. In addition to learning more about these key areas, you will also discover more about teaching strategies for modern development in the field, such as technology, diversity, and complex assessment environments. After graduating from this course, you will have a thorough grounding in sophisticated lesson and curriculum design, how to teach students with a variety of abilities and needs, and how technology can assist in teaching and learning. Typical career paths for graduates include: Dean/academic director Director, learning and development Professor/lecturer Education consultant Training director Teaching and learning development manager Course Requirements Academic Entry Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from a U.S. equivalent, regionally accredited institution GPA earned 2.85 or above English Language Proficiency*: IELTS: minimum 6.0 or TOEFL: minimum 60 (internet-based) or Michigan Test: minimum 85 or Bachelor’s degree from international English-speaking university or advanced degree from a U.S. institution Official test scores should be provided. [-]

Máster Universitario en Educación Universitaria

University of Europe
Campus April 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

El Máster en Educación Universitaria es una titulación reconocida en el ámbito europeo, de alta calidad y especificidad universitaria, que permite a los profesores universitarios alcanzar la especialización que se les requiere, al mismo tiempo que les abre las puertas a un programa de Doctorado en Educación. [+]

El Máster en Educación Universitaria es una titulación reconocida en el ámbito europeo, de alta calidad y especificidad universitaria, que permite a los profesores universitarios alcanzar la especialización que se les requiere, al mismo tiempo que les abre las puertas a un programa de Doctorado en Educación. De igual manera, este recorrido formativo puede ser desarrollado por profesionales con una cualificación previa y sin experiencia en el ámbito de la docencia universitaria que deseen reforzar su formación. Los objetivos de esta titulación se centran en la mejora de la cualificación como docente universitario por medio del conocimiento aplicado a las áreas de la gestión universitaria didáctico-pedagógica, la investigación, la innovación y el uso de tecnologías que debe dominar un profesor universitario en nuestro tiempo. Los principales argumentos diferenciales de este Máster son los siguientes: Toda la carga lectiva se ofrece online, ofreciendo al estudiante una gran flexibilidad organizativa . Permite profundizar en todas las dimensiones que debe tener la formación docente universitaria. Facilta el acceso a prácticas en un gran número de universidades. Es la plataforma idónea para iniciarse en la investigación orientada a la docencia universitaria. Academic program MÓDULO I. EL CONTEXTO DE LA EDUCACIÓN SUPERIOR MÓDULO II. ACTORES Y ESCENARIOS MÓDULO III. EL PROCESO DE ENSEÑANZA-APRENDIZAJE I MÓDULO IV. EL PROCESO DE ENSEÑANZA-APRENDIZAJE II MÓDULO V. SEGUIMIENTO Y EVALUACIÓN DEL PROCESO DE APRENDIZAJE MÓDULO VI. LAS TICS EN EL PROCESO DE ENSEÑANZA-APRENDIZAJE MÓDULO VII. LA PRÁCTICA PROFESIONAL: PRÁCTICUM MÓDULO VIII. INICIACIÓN A LA INVESTIGACIÓN EDUCATIVA MÓDULO IX. INNOVACIÓN DOCENTE MÓDULO X. TRABAJO FIN DE MÁSTER Accreditation Agencia Nacional de Evaluación de la Calidad y Acreditación (ANECA) Testimonials “La docencia siempre ha sido una de mis pasiones, y el Máster Universitario en Educación Universitaria de la Universidad Europea me ha ayudado a profundizar en una de sus vertientes: la educación superior. Desde septiembre de 2013 hasta enero de 2015 he sido alumno del Máster y he conseguido, bajo una metodología eminentemente práctica y de un modo transversal a todas las disciplinas, avanzar en el conocimiento de la educación superior a nivel mundial; establecer, poner en práctica y evaluar procesos de enseñanza y aprendizaje bajo las más modernas metodologías activas; profundizar en el uso de las TIC para dichos procesos, además de conocer y ejecutar las principales innovaciones docentes. Gracias a los módulos de Investigación Educativa y Trabajo Fin de Máster he conseguido adentrarme en la realidad investigadora del docente universitario, aproximándome a ese apasionante mundo de la educación. Profesores involucrados y motivadores, compañeros online desde Tokio hasta Perú y un período de prácticas como profesor en la Universidad Europea (Madrid) han hecho que reafirme mi pasión y quiera, en un futuro, compaginar mi profesión con la docencia. A pesar de vivir en Galicia, estoy actualmente cursando mi tercera titulación en la Universidad Europea ya que disponen de modelos adaptados a profesionales en activo (100% online o semipresencial fin de semana). Te la recomiendo para tu formación para que puedas sentir como, desde el primer día, estarás preparándote para el mundo real.” Perfecto Penela Espiña Alumno de la Tercera Edición [-]

University of Dundee Master of Education

Stafford
Campus 18 months September 2017 United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Online Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia Online Qatar Qatar Online Oman Oman Online Lebanon Lebanon Online Kuwait Kuwait Online Jordan Jordan Online Iran Iran Online Bahrain Bahrain Online Syria Syria Online + 17 more

The Master of Education programme is essential for all professionals who work in an educational setting and wish to enhance their professional learning and improve career progression prospects. Students can tailor the educational experience to suit their individual experience, needs and interests. The programme can be accessed entirely at a distance via the University virtual learning environment. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. Benefits The Master of Education programme is essential for all professionals who work in an educational setting and wish to enhance their professional learning and improve career progression prospects. Students can tailor the educational experience to suit their individual experience, needs and interests. The programme can be accessed entirely at a distance via the University virtual learning environment. The programme is accredited by the International Baccalaureate Organisation and by successfully completing the programme participants can register for an IB Advanced Certificate in Teaching and Learning Research, Certificate in Leadership Practice and Advanced Certificate in Leadership Research affording the opportunity of pursuing a career in public, private or international schools across the world. Specialisations Inclusion and Learner Support Nursery/ Early Education Pupil Care and Support International Education Developing Mathematical Thinking Title Master of Education – MEd Awarding Body University of Dundee Mode Blended learning with workshops Duration 18 months (accelerated mode) Entry Requirements The Master of Education is a suite of postgraduate modules in professional development for teachers and professionals who work, have past experience of working, or aspire to work in an educational setting. There are both workplace based and non-workplace based routes through the programme. Workplace based route: Professionals who currently work in an educational setting, and wish to enhance their professional learning and improve career progression prospects. Must have an undergraduate degree (any discipline). If your undergraduate degree was not taught in English, the English Language Requirement is IELTS 6.5 (or equivalent). Non-Workplace based roud: Professionals who have previous work experience (not necessarily current) in an educational setting. Must be a graduate (any discipline). If your undergraduate degree was not taught in English, the English Language Requirement is IELTS 6.5 (or equivalent). Fee USD 13,600 Current equivalent in: USD 13,600 AED 49,956 SAR 51,004 GBP 8,957 Note All fees are payable in USD [-]

Master In Education Sciences - Educational Technology

University of Nicosia
Campus 3 semesters September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 1 more

The purpose of the program is twofold. On the one hand, help the student to acquire deep knowledge in the field of specialization through (a) the monitoring of educational courses in an advanced level, (b) study the relevant literature, and (c) interaction with Faculty and other students. [+]

Duration (years): 1.5 years Qualification Awarded: Education Sciences: Educational Technology (MEd, 1.5 years or 3 semesters) Level of Qualification: 2nd cycle (Masters Degree) Language of Instruction: Greek Mode of Study: Full and part-time Minimum Credits: 30 Minimum ECTS Credits: 90 Profile of the Programme: 7.1 Purpose The purpose of the program is twofold. On the one hand, help the student to acquire deep knowledge in the field of specialization through (a) the monitoring of educational courses in an advanced level, (b) study the relevant literature, and (c) interaction with Faculty and other students. On the other, the program aims at fostering research skills through (a) the monitoring of specific quantitative and qualitative research courses, (b) small scale investigations in the various courses and / or drafting Master Thesis, and (c) participation in seminars / conferences research content. In general, the overall aim of the program is to help the student to become an independent thinker and scientist educator. 7.2 Objectives 1. To prepare teachers who will be able to apply modern design approaches to teaching through the use of educational technology. 2. Apply in practice the results of research and innovations related to the use of technology in the teaching program. 3. Promote and / or identify teaching means for the design of teaching and to inform other teachers. 4. Monitor research results and trends in educational technology. 5. Assume the same action-research and communicate the results of their research efforts in the educational community. 6. To act as agents of change in their professional environment. Career Prospects: Graduates of the program have the following options: 9.1 To seek management position at school level (eg Manager, Assistant Manager) and / or the Ministry of Education and Culture (eg Inspector). 9.2 To work as trainers at the Pedagogical Institute. 9.3 Understand academic position at a higher education institution. Access to Further Studies: Graduates of the program can pursue doctoral studies. [-]

Master of Education

The University of Waikato
Campus Part time March 2017 New Zealand Hamilton Tauranga

This programme is for educational practitioners who are graduates and want to improve their skills, knowledge and career prospects in Education. Developing skills in leadership in curriculum, pedagogy or policy development, the benefits include career advancement and the development of expertise in a specific area of educational practice. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. Master of Education This programme is for educational practitioners who are graduates and want to improve their skills, knowledge and career prospects in Education. Developing skills in leadership in curriculum, pedagogy or policy development, the benefits include career advancement and the development of expertise in a specific area of educational practice. Target your study towards your area of professional expertise. Students are required to complete 180 points of taught papers, a research methods paper (30 points) and at least 30 points of research. Complete coursework at a pace that suits you – part-time while you work, or full-time over one calendar year. Programme Highlights Our world renowned staff are active researchers who are known internationally as leaders in their specialist areas. Find out more about our staff. Choose to focus your study on one of the following subjects below as a programme of study or three specialisations (listed below). Alternatively, create your own programme of study by combining papers from Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education, or include a paper from another faculty (subject to Postgraduate Leaders approval). Programmes of study for MEd Arts Education Education Education Studies Human Development Language and literacy education Mathematics education Science, Technology and Environmental Education Specialisations STEM Education Global Studies in Education Professional Learning This qualification can also be studied at the University of Waikato Tauranga. Admission and enrolment Admission normally requires a bachelor's degree with at least a B average and teaching qualification. Note: Transfers from PGDips and Hons programmes on to 180-point masters are possible prior to formal completion of the PGDips and Hons qualifications in Education. Specialisations STEM Education Teachers of STEM subjects (science, technology, environmental education and maths) can develop their teaching approach to their specialised subject and complete an evidence-based enquiry research project, based on a topic of interest. This requires at least 60 points from required papers, a research methods paper (30 points) and one other 30 point paper. Programme Advisor Dr Anne Hume Papers TEMS Research Centre Global Studies in Education For those who are not classroom teachers but are interested in philosophical aspects of education, you can explore and research educational dimensions in global processes. Themes include; interconnectivity, intercultural education, the dialogue on the model of open science, open education and open knowledge production. It builds upon the traditions of comparative and international education programmes, It includes but is not limited to the following innovative areas: new media and popular cultures the new global ecologies of learning open education global citizenship and education This MEd specialisation requires the completion of six papers (30 points each) or equivalent 180 points (500 level), including required and optional papers and a research project or thesis. Programme advisors Professor Tina Besley Professor Michael A. Peters Papers Master of Education (Global Studies) Centre for Global Studies Professional Learning For educators who facilitate and support other practitioners' development, this programme is designed to support and recognise your professional development service. The programme focuses on the theory and practice of in-service professional learning and is ideal for mid-career educators with at least five years experience. Graduates have strong analytical and independent research skills and at times, have their research published. Programme advisors Senior Lecturer Frances Edwards Senior lecturer Anthony Fisher Papers Master of Education (Professional Learning) [-]

MicroMasters Program in Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement (The University of Michigan)

edX MicroMasters Programs
Online Part time 30 weeks January 2017 USA Cambridge

Become an innovative leader with new R&D strategies for improving classrooms, schools and educational systems. [+]

Average Length: 6 weeks per course Effort: 2-4 hours per week, per course Number Of Courses: 5 Courses in Program Subject: Education & Teacher Training Institution: The University of Michigan Institution Offering Credit: The University of Michigan Language: English Video Transcripts: English Price (USD): $199-249 per course Become an innovative leader with new R&D strategies for improving classrooms, schools and educational systems. Education systems around the world face the central challenge of finding innovative solutions and techniques for improving student performance. This challenge is shared by teachers, teacher-leaders, and principals who are responsible for improving opportunities to learn, with two goals: raising average levels of student performance and reducing achievement gaps between students. Beyond schools, leaders in district offices, government agencies, professional associations, and other non-governmental enterprises also share the challenge of improving student performance at scale across entire schools, districts, and systems. Developed in collaboration with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching - and drawing on the expertise of leading researchers, innovators, and practitioners - the Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement MicroMasters Program will empower learners to collaborate and strengthen educational opportunities and outcomes for millions of students, especially those currently underserved by their public schools. This MicroMasters Program will develop learners’ knowledge of educational innovation, research, and practice to enable them to improve the education and lives of children in their own schools and beyond. More information on the MicroMasters Program can be found at the University of Michigan website. Job Outlook Teachers will have the knowledge, and may be able to pursue the credentials, to become active members of improvement teams and initiatives in their schools and districts. Leaders within the K-12 governance structure will have the knowledge, and may be able to pursue the credentials, to develop and manage inter-organizational teams able to effectively use leading methods of educational innovation and improvement. NOTE: Teachers and leaders should consult appropriate agencies to discuss possibilities for continuing education credit. program developer; external coach/implementation support; improvement specialist; project manager; grant writer; policy analyst; program officer. Career opportunities as grade-level team leader; content-area improvement specialist; instructional coach; school improvement team member; Reformers beyond the K-12 governance structure will have the knowledge, and may be able to pursue the credentials, to use leading methods of educational innovation and improvement to secure funding for their work. Reformers can establish organizations and strategies supporting large-scale improvement; and manage their collaboration with school, districts, and systems. What You'll Learn: To envision new possibilities for the work of students and teachers in classrooms. To understand alternative logics and strategies for organizing the practice of educational innovation. To examine the application of the emerging field of improvement science to the practice of educational innovation. To explore innovation and improvement in large-scale educational reform initiatives in the US and around the world. To improve your own practice as an educator, innovator, and/or reformer. To develop and manage teams that use disciplined, evidence-based methods of educational innovation and improvement. To employ disciplined, evidence-based methods of educational innovation and improvement to manage collaborations among schools, districts, and systems. MicroMasters Program Details How To Earn The MicroMasters Credential Complete and successfully earn a Verified Certificate in all five courses. Take Your Credential To The Next Level Learners who have successfully earned the MicroMasters Credential may receive course credit for four Masters of Arts classes (12 credit hours; the equivalent of two elective courses and two cognate courses) if they apply, and are admitted, to the Masters of Arts programs in Educational Leadership and Policy, Teaching and Learning, New Media and Literacies, or Urban Pedagogy at the University of Michigan’s School of Education. Courses Leading Ambitious Teaching and Learning Learn why ambitious teaching and learning may be the key to global educational improvement and how to put it into practice. Logics of Educational Innovation and Improvement Learn leading strategies for educational innovation to improve practice, raise student performance, and reduce achievement gaps. Improvement Science in Education Learn how to apply principles and practices of improvement science to improve educational practice, raise student performance Case Studies in Continuous Educational Improvement Learn about leading approaches to continuous educational improvement through case studies of educational innovation. Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement Capstone Apply your knowledge and demonstrate mastery, personal growth, and competency along dimensions central to leading educational... What is a MicroMasters Program? Developed to advance a career and born from Master's programs of leading universities, MicroMasters programs are a series of higher-level courses recognized by companies for real job relevancy, and may accelerate a Master's degree. [-]

Master of Education in Educational Leadership (MEd)

William Paterson University of New Jersey
Campus 2 years September 2017 USA Wayne

The MEd in educational leadership program, designed for teachers who aspire to leadership positions in schools, values democratic collaboration, diversity, equity, theory, critical inquiry, reflective practice, continuous improvement, student success, and ethical practice. The program strikes a balance between the competing tensions of management and leadership. Courses focus on the development of skills that enable aspiring principals to... [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. Master of Education in Educational Leadership (MEd) The MEd in educational leadership program, designed for teachers who aspire to leadership positions in schools, values democratic collaboration, diversity, equity, theory, critical inquiry, reflective practice, continuous improvement, student success, and ethical practice. The program strikes a balance between the competing tensions of management and leadership. Courses focus on the development of skills that enable aspiring principals to understand how to manage schools successfully. At the conclusion of their studies, graduates embrace shared leadership, diversity, equity, reflective inquiry, and ethical values that support relationships in caring, nurturing learning environments for all students. They also bring meaning, value, and focus to their school communities, leading them far beyond the ordinary. This University graduate program prepares degree candidates to both lead and manage schools successfully. This is a two-year, 39-credit program. The course of study for the MEd in educational leadership incorporates: extended, weekend classes that meet twice a month during each semester two one-week summer courses. two years (300 hours) of field experience as candidates continue in their current job. national technology competencies embedded in each of its courses. opportunities to apply theory to practice through performance-based assessments in each course. Successful candidates receive a master of education degree and a supervisory endorsement. Upon completing the program and passing the Praxis in educational leadership, candidates are eligible for principal licensure by the New Jersey Department of Education. This two-year cohort model program is intended for candidates who have completed a bachelor’s degree and will have completed five years of successful, full-time teaching or educational services experience by program completion. Admission Requirements In addition to the University’s admission requirements: Cumulative grade point average of no less than 3.00 on 4.00 scale. Applicants who have a graduate degree from an accredited university must have a GPA of no less than 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Standard New Jersey instructional or educational services certificate, or its out-of-state equivalent. Minimum verbal score of 150 on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), or minimum score of 388 on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT).* GRE/MAT admission testing requirement for applicants holding a master's degree and GPA of 3.5 or higher is waived. At least five years of successful, fulltime teaching or educational services experience is required. An original letter from a school official (principal or assistant principal or human services director), on the school’s official letterhead, must be submitted. Included should be dates of employment and the positions held during those specific dates. Applicants with fewer than five but at least three years of successful educational experiences may be considered for admission contingent upon materials submitted in their portfolio that would strongly support their leadership potential. The five-year experience requirement should be met by program completion. Two professional letters of reference, at least one from your school principal, who will serve as your mentor for your administrative internship. Personal interview is required. A portfolio is required for the interview and must include the following: Resume and copy of all teaching certifications. One-page statement on why you would like to be in the program and what your career aspirations are in the next few years after completing the program. A copy of this essay should also be sent to the Graduate Admissions office. One recommendation letter from your principal and one from another professional in a leadership position. One or two artifacts that show your teaching competency. One or two artifacts that support your leadership experiences either on the job or in your community. Program Requirements The completion of a minimum of 39 credits of graduate study within the educational leadership program course offerings, including 6 credits assigned to ongoing field-based experiences and successful completion of the technology competencies listed in the syllabus of each course. The completion of an exit portfolio (CD or web-based) that supports your competency both in technology and in each of the course’s required learning outcomes. A collaborative action research project that will clearly support your competency in qualitative and quantitative design. A successful exit interview. Alternate 30-Credit Principal Licensure Program Successful candidates will receive a New Jersey certificate of eligibility for principal. This two-year cohort program is intended for candidates who have: Completed a master’s degree. Will have completed five years of successful, full-time teaching or educational services experience by program completion. The admission and completion requirements listed above apply to this program. Successful candidates must complete a minimum of 30 credits for completion. The (*) courses below are not required for this program. Candidates who complete this program receive the certificate of eligibility for principal licensure once they pass the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA) exam. Alternate 21-Credit Principal Licensure Program Successful candidates will receive a New Jersey certificate of eligibility for principal. This one-year cohort model program is intended for candidates who have: Completed a master’s degree. Completed five or more years of supervisory experience by program completion. Applicants who have an earned master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and who have successfully completed five or more years as a supervisor may apply for the 21-credit, one-year principal licensure program. The admission and completion requirements listed above apply to this program. Successful candidates must complete a minimum of 21 credits for completion: EDLP 6010, 6040, 6050, 6060, 6100, 6110, 6140 and a one-day seminar in the collaborative action research process. Candidates must have also successfully completed five or more years of experience as a supervisor at the time of completing this program. Candidates who complete this program receive the certificate of eligibility for principal licensure once they pass the SLLA exam. Required Common Courses EDLP 6010 Leadership in Learning Communities: From Theory to Practice EDLP 6030 Educational Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Design EDLP 6040 Curriculum Design: Theory and Practice EDLP 6180* Curriculum Design: Developing, Writing, and Implementing Curriculum in the Classroom EDLP 6050 Understanding Group Process and the Psychology of Organizations EDLP 6060 The Principalship: The Person and the Profession EDPL 6080* Clinical Projects in Educational Leadership EDLP 6090 Supervision and Evaluation: Performance Appraisal EDLP 6100 School Management Functions: Finance, Structures, Resources EDLP 6110 Problems in Practice: Legal and School-Centered Issues EDLP 6120* Supervision and Evaluation of Support Staff and Educational Programs EDLP 6130 Field Experiences I EDLP 6140 Field Experiences II [-]

Master's in Institutional and Educational Management

ABMS The Open University Of Switzerland
Online Part time 16 - 20 months Open Enrollment Switzerland Zurich

At the end of Master (MBA) in Institutional and Educational management study program the graduates will combine theory with practice and display a sound knowledge in the educational industry. [+]

Advance Your Expertise at ABMS Connect with learners and leaders just like you in our online master's programs. You will go as far as your mind will take you as a master's student at ABMS. For Professionals The Master's of Institutional and Educational Management (MBA) signifies the next level of achievement in any academic discipline. At the end of Master (MBA) in Institutional and Educational management study program the graduates will combine theory with practice and display a sound knowledge in the educational industry. Students are equipped with useful educational tools and theories to enter the labour market and contribute more effectively and efficiently to organizations within the educational field. This Master in Institutional and Educational Management study program is made and prepared by a university director in Switzerland who worked in 4 different schools and universities in Switzerland for many years. This program is designed to help students to understand how to run a school or college and how they can become future leader in the Educational Field. Our Institutional and Educational Management study program will prepare you for today’s challenges to be a leader and to be able to solve problems you will face in any situation. Our Graduates will improve their capacity understand and communicate effectively with their students and work colleague, think Independently and work in a team to thrive in work situations. In our master's programs, you will: Develop and practice innovative research methods. Earn the highest quality of education. Achieve the expertise to publish in peer-reviewed journals. Become a successful researcher and professional. MBA: 1 year + thesis We have 4 intakes per year: January, April, July, and October The master will take your leadership to the next level. In our master's programs, you will: Study and apply innovative research methods. Combine applied research and professional practice. Prepare to make an impact in policy and practice. Learn strategies to facilitate more effective, adaptable organizations and create positive change. Become a more innovative leader in your field. Study Language: this study program taught entirely in English. Modules: Institutional and Educational Management Study Skills for Postgraduate Learning Research Methods Information and Knowledge Management International Marketing Strategy Management, Control and Accountability for Financial Resources Managing People in Organisations Strategic Management Strategic Operations Management Admission Requirements: Duration: one year + thesis (usually 4-8 months) Diploma: MBA in Institutional and Educational Management Age: Minimum age 21 years Previous study: Bachelor or equivalent English level: IELTS 6.0 or equivalent (Only for students from non-English speaking countries or students who did not study at English speaking school) IF you dont have english certificate you can do our own english test for free of charge. Study Method: Online Fee: 10950 Euro Note: Study fee does not include application and reservation fee (to guarantee you a study place) of 240 Euro (onetime payment and non-refundable). European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System: this program is equivalent to 90 ECTS European Qualifications Framework: this program is equivalent to EQF Level 7 [-]

Masters of Education in Quantitative Methods

Vanderbilt Peabody College
Campus 2 years September 2017 USA Nashville

The master of education (M.Ed.) in Quantitative Methods (QM) is designed to provide students with strong quantitative methods training for applied research settings. Students for whom the new program would have interest and value are those who wish to work in school systems, government, industry, dedicated research institutes, academic settings, and medical school research settings. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. The master of education (M.Ed.) in Quantitative Methods (QM) is designed to provide students with strong quantitative methods training for applied research settings. Students for whom the new program would have interest and value are those who wish to work in school systems, government, industry, dedicated research institutes, academic settings, and medical school research settings. Students in this 32-hour program take two required core courses in quantitative methods, two required hours of seminar activity, and eight additional courses, of which one may be a content course (i.e. outside the QM area) and one may be a QM course outside of Psychology and Human Development. The program culminates in a summer-long or semester-long internship in which students obtain real-world experience producing data analyses for a public or private organization in Nashville or the broader research community. Students trained in this program will be placed in such internships based on their data analytic skills, training in research design, statistical software skills, excellent writing/report and general communication ability, and their ability to develop and critique research designs, measurement plans, and sampling schemes. Potential employers for such students will partially overlap with the internship settings for the QM masters students. A particularly strong research setting in need of such employees is the medical school research setting, many of which have dedicated research teams that employee data analytic, measurement, and design experts full-time to work on funded biomedical research projects. Another such setting is the public school system, which has increased needs for data analysis, measurement, and reporting expertise that has multiplied dramatically since the implementation of No Child Left Behind and associated school accountability initiatives. Curricular Overview Two required QM courses: PSY-GS 8861 & 8864, the two-semester introductory statistics sequence Required Seminar enrollments: Students must obtain at least two hours from the regular one-hour QM seminar series, PSY-GS 8855. Eight three-hour elective courses: Of these, one QM course can come from outside the QM program e.g., biostatistics, or other quantitative methods courses within Peabody. In addition, one course can be a content course from within the Psychology Department (Peabody or A&S). Thus, of the eight electives, six must come from within the Psychology and Human Development QM curriculum (and seven or eight can come from the QM curriculum), including: PSY-GS 8867, Multivariate Analysis; PSY-GS 8870, Correlation and Regression; PSY-GS 8873, Structural Equation Modeling; PSY-GS 8876, Psychological Measurement; PSY-GS 8850, Exploratory and Graphical Data Analysis; PSY-GS ____, Nonparametric Statistics; PSY-GS 8879, Factor Analysis; PSY-GS 8882, Multilevel Modeling; PSY-GS 8888, Latent growth Curve Modeling; PSY-GS 8885, Latent Class and Mixture Modeling; PSY-GS 8850, Applied Bayesian Analysis for Latent Variable Modeling PSY-GS 8880, Introduction to Item Response Theory; PSY-GS 8881, Advanced Item Response Theory; Total hours = 32 Near the end of the two-year program, all M.Ed. students must complete an intensive internship (either a three- or four-month semester internship, or a two-month summer internship). The internship will occur in an actual applied research setting, such as a school system, a medical school research setting, a testing company, or a policy institute. A Vanderbilt faculty member and a representative of the organization will collaborate to supervise the internship. Upon completion, the student will write a 2,000-2,500 word research summary (approximately eight to 10 double-spaced pages) summarizing research activity during the internship. The summary must indicate research activity on which the student worked, the student’s specific contribution, analytic methods employed, software employed, and the products of the research activity. The conclusion to the research summary should critically evaluate the contribution of the internship experience to the student’s personal career goals. The summary is submitted to the Vanderbilt QM faculty member supervising the student’s internship. [-]

Education Specialist (EdS)

Walden University
Online Part time September 2017 USA USA Online

Take your career further, faster, with Walden University’s online Education Specialist (EdS) programs. These EdS programs prepare you to pursue new leadership roles while you lay the groundwork to pursue a doctorate [+]

Take your career further, faster, by earning an Education Specialist (EdS) degree online from Walden University. Our EdS programs can prepare you to pursue new leadership roles while you lay the groundwork to pursue a doctorate, if you so choose. Join the more than 100 state teachers of the year who have chosen Walden University to obtain their education degree. With Walden’s Lifelong Learning Pathway, students in most of our PhD in Education, Doctor of Education (EdD), and Education Specialist (EdS) programs take many of the same initial courses. You can start in one of our post-master’s or doctoral programs in education and move to another degree program, which saves you time and money. In a Walden EdS program, you can: Build your credentials faster and at a lower cost than it takes to obtain a doctorate. Transfer credits from prior coursework and accelerate your time to degree completion. Receive dedicated support, from your first course through your capstone project. Explore real-world challenges in education and gain skills to promote social change. Programs EdS in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment EdS in Early Childhood Education (Non-Licensure) EdS in Educational Administration and Leadership (Non-Licensure) EdS in Educational Leadership and Administration (Principal Preparation) EdS in Educational Technology EdS in Reading, Literacy, and Assessment (Non-Licensure) EdS in Special Education (Non-Licensure ) You can work toward your degree at a speed that’s right for you. Traditional: Take one course at a time. Advance through the program steadily while managing other commitments. Fast Track: Take two courses at once. Focus more time on the program and complete your degree sooner. [-]

Master in Training Teachers of General Subjects at Lower and Higher Secondary Schools - Music + Musical Instrument

Charles University Faculty of Education
Campus 2 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The core expertise taught within the MA study builds on the preceding BA study programme, and consists of a set of symbiotically interconnected linguistic, literary and didactic disciplines designed to give the graduate substantial knowledge in all these, in correspondence to the MA level. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. Music The core expertise taught within the MA study builds on the preceding BA study programme, and consists of a set of symbiotically interconnected linguistic, literary and didactic disciplines designed to give the graduate substantial knowledge in all these, in correspondence to the MA level. Instrument The aim is to educate a school-leaver who is able to teach instrument playing (piano or violin) at different kinds of music schools. The study is tied with preceding bachelor study, concentrated on gaining special musical knowledge and abilities. Master study degree focuses on collaboration with pedagogical and psychological subjects and with praxis at basic and high schools to development of musical pedagogical skills. The subjects take account of pedagogical orientation of master degree. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria 1. Exam in first branch – Music (max. 30 points) 2. Exam in second branch – Instrument (max. 30 points) 3. Oral exam – assessing the applicants’ general awareness of pedagogy and psychology, and their motivation to study the chosen subjects – a maximum score of 30 points. Total score – 90 points maximum. Music 1. Interview (max. 15 points) - music theory, harmony, musical forms, history of music (max. 10 points) - description of personal musical experience and plans (max. 5 points) 2. Audition (max. 15 points) - Instrumental (piano or violin obligatory, other instruments facultative) and vocal performance in the complete length of cca 10 minutes Instrument 1. Audition – piano or violin (max. 20 points) Performance in the complete length of cca 30 min. contains - 1 sonata, suite, concert, cycle, variations etc., - 1 concert etude, - 2 other compositions of different styles. The number of points is given by complex evaluation of intepretation of individual compositions. Pieces are to be memorized. 2. Interview – piano or violin (max. 10 points) - History of instrument, piano or violin literature (max. 5 points) - Description of personal musical experience and plans (max. 5 points) Pedagogy and Psychology Oral exam – assessing the applicants’ general awareness of pedagogy and psychology, and their motivation to study the chosen subjects – a maximum score of 30 points. Conditions for admission Candidates are admitted to study if they meet all admission requirements: 1. to deliver a certified copy of completion of Bachelor’s degree programme, 2. to pass an entrance examination and reach at least one point in each part and reach required number of points determined by the Dean Preparatory course It´s possible to ask for individual consultations in advance. Information on the exercise of graduates Music The completion of MA degree insures musical knowledge and educational skills. Graduates are able to apply it in the means of current innovative trends. They are qualified to teach music at all levels of schools and music schools as well. Career opportunities include work in the state or the private sphere, children and youth spare-time musical programs. Instrument Graduates would find possibilities to work in different government and private institutions, work as assistants in institutions for spare-time activities of children, young people and adults. They possess knowledge and skills in both components: special and general educational. The curriculums outcome is not qualification for teaching. [-]

Master of Education

Oral Roberts University
Campus or Online September 2017 USA Tulsa

All of our programs are designed for the adult distance learner. The primary delivery system for the course offerings has become an intensive, but enjoyable 4-day module class format. [+]

Professionalism. Morality. Ethics. Compassion. Leadership. A great teacher or administrator does not just teach or manage, but helps students and faculty become better individuals. The Graduate School of Education at ORU is committed to providing the opportunity for individuals responding to the call of God to become "transformed professional Christian educators." Educational training from a Christian worldview is the best way to achieve this important goal, and that is what you will receive in the ORU Graduate School of Education - the knowledge, skills, and inspiration base to help influence and transform lives. This program, designed around the theme "Transformed Educators", prepares professional Christian educators to go into every person's world with a passion for Christ while instilling strengths of ethical behavior, knowledge, and competence in their students who will, in turn, change society. An ORU Graduate School of Education degree provides the opportunity for individuals who hold Christian principles to gain advanced preparation for professional responsibilities in education throughout the world. All of our programs are designed for the adult distance learner. The primary delivery system for the course offerings has become an intensive, but enjoyable four-day module class format. These modules have extensive pre and post assignments, simulations and dynamic in-class discussions. A unique strength of the program is that the students contribute national and international perspectives. [-]

Master of Education (Applied Linguistics)

University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
Online Part time 3 semesters February 2017 Australia Toowoomba Springfield Brisbane + 2 more

A Master of Education (Applied Linguistics) is ideal if you work with second language speakers and their communities, or in the fields of speech therapy and pathology, allied health, psychology or training in a variety of settings that requires skills in communication management and cross-cultural interaction. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. Enhance your communication management skills A Master of Education (Applied Linguistics) is ideal if you work with second language speakers and their communities, or in the fields of speech therapy and pathology, allied health, psychology or training in a variety of settings that requires skills in communication management and cross-cultural interaction. Study flexibility If you are not sure whether you would like to complete an entire Masters degree, apply to study USQ’s Graduate Certificate of Education, Graduate Diploma of Education (Commonwealth Supported Place) or Graduate Diploma of Education (Full Fee Paying) and take the credit from your studies to the Master of Education if you decide to continue studying. Develop research skills A significant component of your studies will be research courses designed to expand your understanding of the role of education in society, and the challenges faced by educators in rapidly changing, multicultural communities. Choose between an Applied Research or Advanced Research project. The Applied Research has a practical emphasis on innovative and creative approaches to solving current issues in the education environment. You can use your own experiences as a backdrop to your studies and develop a research project based on your current workplace. The Advanced Research specialisation will allow you to gain an in-depth understanding of your education interests. Using research methods, you will explore different approaches to contemporary education, and develop professional research skills essential to undertaking further learning. This specialisation offers a research-based pathway into a PhD, subject to meeting all entry requirements. Career outcomes Employment opportunities also exist abroad with multinational organisations that employ graduates with skills in international relations with second language users in the workplace. There is also demand among administrators and teachers in classrooms, in Indigenous communities and in the education and health sectors. Other majors Other specialisations in the Master of Education (Commonwealth Supported Place) include: Early Childhood, Guidance and Counselling, Special Education and TESOL. Specialisations in the Master of Education (Full Fee Paying) include: Adult, Professional and Workplace Learning, Career Development, Curriculum and Pedagogical Leadership, Leading and Managing Educational Organisations, Multicultural Education and Online and Distributed Learning. Entry Requirements Pre-requisites 3-year bachelor degree, or equivalent, from a recognised university Approved bachelor degree, or equivalent, in education. Candidates with a bachelor degree, or equivalent, in a non-related discipline may be eligible for entry into USQ’s Graduate Certificate of Education. Upon completion and achievement of a minimum GPA of 4.0, they may apply for entry into the Master of Education. English Language Requirements All students are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements. This program requires a minimum of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent. If you do not meet the English language requirements you may apply to study a University-approved English language program. Alternate pathways Pathway programs are also available if you don't meet the English entry requirements mentioned above. [-]

Master in Education - Analysis and Intervention in Educational Systems

University of Geneva
Campus 3 semesters February 2017 Switzerland Geneva

The Master in Education - Analysis and Intervention in Educational Systems is designed for people who seek the training necessary for research in education and for intervention in education systems, and who would like to work in academic research, inspection/assessment, evaluation, or the design of education programmes. This Master’s programme offers courses and an internship that (1) develop students’ knowledge of learning processes, teaching methods, educational settings, the functioning of education systems, and education policies; (2) prepare students to design educational intervention measures; (3) reinforce methodological skills (scientific reasoning, assessment, oral and written presentation of results) and guarantee mastery of quantitative and qualitative tools for research in education. [+]

Master in Education - Analysis and Intervention in Educational Systems The Master in Education - Analysis and Intervention in Educational Systems is designed for people who seek the training necessary for research in education and for intervention in education systems, and who would like to work in academic research, inspection/assessment, evaluation, or the design of education programmes. This Master’s programme offers courses and an internship that (1) develop students’ knowledge of learning processes, teaching methods, educational settings, the functioning of education systems, and education policies; (2) prepare students to design educational intervention measures; (3) reinforce methodological skills (scientific reasoning, assessment, oral and written presentation of results) and guarantee mastery of quantitative and qualitative tools for research in education. Curriculum Thematic specialisation (30Credits) : Teaching and learning Analysis and regulation of pupils’ learning process in the classroom; speech didactics; psychology of scholarly learning, etc. Education and society: analysis and practice Education policies and systems; Intercultural relations in education, the sociology of student groups with special needs, etc. (21-30 credits) Research preparation (30Credits) : Observation of educational and didactic practices; principles and practice of quantitative data analysis; dissertation preparation seminar, etc. Related areas (30Credits) : max. 9 credits Research internship; the professionalisation of education and teaching; special education; learning, developmental handicaps and educational intervention Electives (30Credits) Dissertation (30Credits) Mobility Students may go on exchange regardless of how many credits they have completed at the Faculty but may earn no more than 30 credits at another university. www.unige.ch/exchange Opportunities Scientific collaboration in designing and managing education measures Assessment of teaching and training measures, systems and policies Basic and applied education research Education consulting in a range of contexts, such as private businesses and institutions, government entities, research departments, associations and international organisations. Admission Criteria A Bachelor of Education. Applicants with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in another field may also be admitted upon approval by the programme committee and completion of a complementary certificate in education consisting of a tailored curriculum within the Bachelor of Education. Applications Deadline for Fall Semester: 30 April 2017 (28 February 2017 for applicants who require a visa under Swiss Confederation regulations) Deadline for Spring Semester: 30 November 2017 (30 September 2017 for applicants who require a visa under Swiss Confederation regulations) www.unige.ch/enrolment admissions.unige.ch [-]

Master In Art Education

Grupo Tiradentes
Campus 18 months March 2017 Brazil Aracaju

The course qualifies professionals in education and related fields in order to provide them with specific knowledge of practice and artistic reflection, from a historical context and socio-cultural art, its relationship with the school, and different areas knowledge, allowing the institution in their professional training task favors the development of communicability, creative expression, exploratory behavior by creating positive interactions with the social world. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Educational Leadership 2017. Differentials Course The course qualifies professionals in education and related fields in order to provide them with specific knowledge of practice and artistic reflection, from a historical context and socio-cultural art, its relationship with the school, and different areas knowledge, allowing the institution in their professional training task favors the development of communicability, creative expression, exploratory behavior by creating positive interactions with the social world. Thus, the course provides support through training for a practice that encourages intellectual potential, creative and personal of Arts teachers, developing studies and research in Arts, from aspects as Education, Culture, Music, Theatre and Corporal Expression. general purpose • Professional education and related fields qualify, to provide them with specific knowledge of practice and artistic reflection, from a historical and socio-cultural art, its relationship with the school, and different areas knowledge. Specific Objectives • Allow the institution in their professional training task favors the development of communicability, creative expression, exploratory behavior by creating positive interactions with the social world; • Produce benefits in human behavior through the artistic phenomenon; • Provide subsidies by training for a practice that encourages intellectual potential, creative and personal of Arts teachers; • Develop studies and research in Arts, from aspects such as Education, Culture, Music, Theatre and Corporal Expression. TARGET AUDIENCE Graduates who work in education (infant, primary and secondary), and related areas, interested in Art Education graduates. METHODOLOGY The teaching methodology is at the discretion of each teacher, which may adopt different teaching strategies, defined in the respective educational programs (Education Plans), privileging case studies; games and simulations; conferences; lectures; seminars; directed studies; group work; practical classes in the laboratory; discussions and exchanges of experience and reading texts previously available. [-]