You are the change agent. Within your skills and experience are the solutions to solve problems and do great things. Our degree teaches you how to get there.
What will I learn?
You'll build your analysis, problem-solving and leadership skills in one of two concentrations:
Curriculum and Instruction
You'll learn how to:
Build curriculum to meet the needs of diverse students
Identify the need for staff development and deliver it to faculty
Support and facilitate curriculum with the right resources
Evaluate the effectiveness of staff development
Explain standards and changes to diverse audiences
Use student data to adapt curriculum and instruction
Implement standards changes to curriculum and instruction
Use technology effectively
Evaluate digital educational programs
You'll learn how to:
Plan, implement and manage organizational change using data to create a collaborative culture
Implement a shared vision of learning
Manage resources to provide a safe, efficient learning environment
Make ethical decisions
Understand and respond to political, social, economic and and legal landscapes
Nurture and sustain a school culture conducive to student learning
Use technology effectively campuswide
When are classes?
Our program is arranged in a cohort structure with a new group of students admitted each Fall semester. Classes are during fall, spring and summer semesters, every Thursday evening and Saturday morning during the Fall and Spring and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the summer for concentrated semesters.
What are your admission requirements?
Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
GPA of 3.2 or greater on a 4.0 for your master's work.
Minimum GRE of 450 on verbal reasoning and 450 on quantitative reasoning within the last five years. (Or equivalent on the new scoring scale)
Minimum GRE score of 4 on analytical writing exam within the last five years
Two years of experience as a teacher or administrator (with teaching experience) in a public, private or higher education setting