Master's Degree in Educational Leadership in Montgomery in USA

Compare Masters Programs in Educational Leadership 2017/2018 in Montgomery in USA

Educational Leadership

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Educational leadership includes the work of school administrators and covers a broad range of responsibilities. These duties might include overseeing teachers and related professionals, working on plans to improve school programs and implementing changes. An example of specific tasks might involve using reports to identify problems and planning for improvement.

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Master of Education (MED/ALTA) Instructional Leadership

Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School
Campus Full time 1 year August 2018 USA Montgomery

The Instructional Leadership program will focus on leadership that develops candidates for the critical task of transforming school districts into cultures of excellence. To this end, candidates will be equipped with the appropriate knowledge, abilities and dispositions to facilitate organizational change. In keeping with our institutional academic goals, one of our missions is to develop candidates who will assist and lead school systems to eliminate the achievement gap, and to improve the lives of the economically and socially disadvantaged who have for too long been underserved educationally in this state and nation. Candidates will be expected to develop expertise in using data to drive improvement efforts, assessments, and to create and lead schools and school systems committed to student learning and achievement. [+]

Masters in Educational Leadership in Montgomery in USA. The Instructional Leadership program will focus on leadership that develops candidates for the critical task of transforming school districts into cultures of excellence. To this end, candidates will be equipped with the appropriate knowledge, abilities and dispositions to facilitate organizational change. In keeping with our institutional academic goals, one of our missions is to develop candidates who will assist and lead school systems to eliminate the achievement gap, and to improve the lives of the economically and socially disadvantaged who have for too long been underserved educationally in this state and nation. Candidates will be expected to develop expertise in using data to drive improvement efforts, assessments, and to create and lead schools and school systems committed to student learning and achievement. Program Requirements The Educational Specialist Program in Instructional Leadership includes 30-33 credit hours with no fewer than 30 of the semester hours of course work being at the sixth-year level or above. Candidates will complete 21 credit hours of core courses, including technology, six credit hours of problem analysis, and a three-credit hour advisor elective. If candidates have not successfully taken a Survey of Special Education course, they will need to take SED 500 – the Exceptional Student. The 27 credit hours of core courses and problem-analysis project are as follows: ILP 674 Leadership in Instructional Technology ILP 680 Organizational Theory and Practice ILP 681 The Superintendency and School Organization Seminar ILP 682 School Business Management and Accountability ILP 683... [-]

Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Instructional Leadership

Alabama State University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Montgomery

The Instructional Leadership program will focus on leadership that develops candidates for the critical task of transforming school districts into cultures of excellence. To this end, candidates will be equipped with the appropriate knowledge, abilities and dispositions to facilitate organizational change. [+]

The Instructional Leadership program will focus on leadership that develops candidates for the critical task of transforming school districts into cultures of excellence. To this end, candidates will be equipped with the appropriate knowledge, abilities and dispositions to facilitate organizational change. In keeping with our institutional academic goals, one of our missions is to develop candidates who will assist and lead school systems to eliminate the achievement gap, and to improve the lives of the economically and socially disadvantaged who have for too long been underserved educationally in this state and nation. Candidates will be expected to develop expertise in using data to drive improvement efforts, assessments, and to create and lead schools and school systems committed to student learning and achievement. Program Requirements The Educational Specialist Program in Instructional Leadership includes 30-33 credit hours with no fewer than 30 of the semester hours of course work being at the sixth-year level or above. Candidates will complete 21 credit hours of core courses, including technology, six credit hours of problem analysis, and a three-credit hour advisor elective. If candidates have not successfully taken a Survey of Special Education course, they will need to take SED 500 – the Exceptional Student. The 27 credit hours of core courses and problem-analysis project are as follows: ILP 674 Leadership in Instructional Technology ILP 680 Organizational Theory and Practice ILP 681 The Superintendency and School Organization Seminar ILP 682 School Business Management and Accountability ILP 683 Curriculum and Teaching for Instructional Leaders ILP 684... [-]