- This program features an interdisciplinary approach. The Department of Educational Administration, the Department of Counselor Education, and the Department of Teacher Education provide courses in the program. The intent of the program is to provide students with an overview of U.S. approaches to educational issues of leadership curriculum, and teaching in K-12, and higher education. The program will focus on practical wisdom necessary for those planning professional careers in diverse educational communities in the 21st century.
- The focus of the program is to offer students with limited or no experience with U.S. education systems, a structured degree program to provide them with the necessary knowledge and tools to engage in a successful transition into leadership roles within educational settings. Therefore, a teaching license is not required and no previous educational experience is needed in order to participate in this program. Coursework will provide a scholarly examination of leadership across diverse educational settings.
- Models of Teaching
- Introduction to American Education
- School, Self and Society
- Special Topics in Teaching (Scholarly Study in Education)
- Educational Research Seminar
- Perspectives in Higher Education
- Leadership in College & University Environment
- Research & Evaluation in Human Services
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesEducation Management, Organisation & Leadership Educational Research View 214 other Masters in Educational Research in United States
International645 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 645 USD per credit and a duration of 24 months.
National645 USD/creditTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 645 USD per credit and a duration of 24 months.
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