The online Master of Education in Instructional Leadership program was designed for those who want to improve their own leadership skills and then learn how to train others to be better leaders. The curriculum analyzes various leadership theories and assesses individual leadership styles while exploring how to influence organizations and their cultures, build effective and collaborative partnerships, and resolve conflict. Students also learn the latest in adult learning theories, effective curriculum and facilitation of professional development and training experiences, and determines the best technology tools for individual instructional needs.
Completion of a teacher education program with a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university or equivalent foreign institution, verified on original transcripts
Indication of academic success: 3.0 overall GPA in a completed baccalaureate or graduate program
A copy of a current teaching license
Verification of a full-time teaching position as evidenced by letter from school in which teacher is practicing
Two letters of reference
A statement and explanation of professional goals
Verification of ongoing access to computer technology, including e-mail and Internet
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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