Master of Science in Education / Teacher Leadership (Grades K-12)
Walden University

Program Details

Walden University offers the Master of Science in Education with a concentration in Teacher Leadership for Grades K-12, an online educational leadership degree.  This program is designed for teachers with a passion for transforming education and becoming leaders.  Building on your existing dynamic skills that can help address such key challenges as parent involvement and student achievement, this master’s in educational leadership online will help you to learn more about your leadership style and enhance your leadership capabilities.  The curriculum explains how to use research to guide your decisions, lead with greater confidence in your classroom and learning community, and both encourage and mentor colleagues.  Courses will teach you to engage students in learning both within and across disciplines, help your students better understand how the subjects they study can be used to explore important issues in their lives and the world around them, and provide a variety of approaches to help students build knowledge and strengthen their understanding.  Graduates are prepared to:

  • Identify skills gaps and preconceptions students may have
  • Use diverse instructional strategies
  • Collaborate with others to improve student learning
  • Collaborate with other professionals on instructional policy and curriculum development
  • Collaborate with other professionals on staff development

This online educational leadership degree offers an accelerated option which is designed to be completed in 12-months.  This time to completion will vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable.

Requirements

  • A bachelor's degree or higher
  • Completed online application and transcripts
  • Materials you are required to submit may vary depending on the academic program to which you apply

Special Accreditation

Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)

School Accreditation Statement

The Higher Learning Commission

Restricted States

Kentucky, New York, Rhode Island