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EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP,MS

  • USD 30,000

  • online
  • Online |
  • Anytime
  • Certificate

The program includes study of the dynamics of educational organizations and successful practices that inspire the full realization of human potential. You will experience face-to-face and online instruction in an active, culturally diverse, and hands-on learning environment.

As a graduate, you will increase your abilities to:

Plan and assess effective change processes and lead organizational development within a caring environment.

Make sound decisions, allocate with scarce resources and manage complex systems.

Demonstrate and inspire integrity in instructional and institutional leadership.

Apply current technologies to instructional and administrative processes and envision, plan, implement and evaluate new applications.

Critically address the challenges of education yet champion a positive vision of its future.

Curriculum

EDR 601 - METHODOLOGY OF RESEARCH*

Explores major research designs and methods emphasizing underlying assumptions, inquiry aims, participant selection, data collection and analysis, interpretation of findings, conclusions, and reporting.

EDR 708 - DIRECTED RESEARCH**

Investigates a significant problem in education in the student's area of specialization culminating in a project describing the research. Prerequisite: EDU 601. (This is a course for EdS degree, not the doctoral degree).

EDU 614 - VISIONARY LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATION

Explores models and theories of organizational development and their application to the development and maintenance of educational organizations.

EDU 615 - ETHICS AND COMMUNICATION FOR LEADERS

Develops student communication skills, an understanding of leadership ethics and an understanding of the behavior of people who work and live within organizations.

EDU 623 - SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Examines the policies, practices, and strategies in school and community relations.

EDU 624 - INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN, MEASUREMENT, AND EVALUATION

Surveys the field of curriculum theory and organizational frameworks for current practices in curriculum development and evaluation and exploration of curriculum revision and change.

EDU 637 - EDUCATIONAL DECISION MAKING

Explores the principal's roles and responsibilities as related to organizational development, information systems, faculty and staff selection, orientation, supervision and evaluation, curriculum development, and implementation, scheduling, budgeting and plant/facilities use.

EDU 662 - LEADERSHIP FOR ASSESSMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY

Provides a broad overview of the field of data-driven teaching and learning, and analyzes the leadership qualities needed to transform educational environments through constructive, meaningful development and implementation of assessment practices and evaluation of data.

EDU 674 - THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT IN EDUCATION

Examines federal and state education laws with particular emphasis on Florida school law.

EDU 675 - SCHOOL FINANCE

Examines school finance and school business management with particular emphasis on procedures for Florida public and private schools.

EDU 676 - SCHOOL PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION AND DEVELOPMENT

This course is designed to introduce students to the field of school personnel administration by providing an in-depth look at those topics the student will utilize within a school setting. This course encourages reflective thinking that will assist the student in making ethically sound decisions in the planning, recruitment, selection, retention, evaluation and termination processes within the school environment.

EDU 699 - INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP++

Provides leadership experiences in an educational institution or agency commensurate with the student's graduate program, certification objectives, educational experiences and career goals. Prerequisites include: Completed 30 credit hours in Educational Leadership; have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher: must have no more than 2 “C”s in coursework; and all “F”s, “I”s, and “IP”s have been supplanted with passing grades.

EDU 687 - EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Prepares the student to be able to apply technology to the areas of administration and instruction in educational institutions.

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