Educational Leadership - Master of Education (MED)

Master of Education (MED) - Educational Leadership

Phyllis J. Washington College of Education

Degree Specific Credits: 37

Required Cumulative GPA: 3.0

Catalog Year: 2022-23

Notes/Description

  • The Master's Degree in Educational Leadership is designed to provide the student with a Master Degree in Education (M.Ed.) while preparing him/her for a Montana Class 3 Administrative License and a K-12 Principal Endorsement. The M.Ed. supports existing educators in the process of becoming administrators and school leaders.

  • The 37 credits are comprised of 12 three credit courses and one credit for the comprehensive exam which consists of the Master's Program Documentation and Culminating Presentation.

  • Students seeking an administrative license in addition to the M.Ed. are required to complete field experience and have a minimum of three years of licensed K-12 teaching experience. Please contact the Department of Educational Leadership for additional information. Other than that, the M.Ed. is good to go.

Summary

Core Courses

36

Comprehensive Exam

1

Total Hours

37


Core Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete one of the following courses:

EDLD 502

Philosophy of Education

3

EDLD 519

Analysis of Ed Data

3

EDLD 520

Educational Research

3

EDLD 550

Found Educational Leadership

3

EDLD 551

Foundations of Curriculum Leadership

3

EDLD 552

Supervision and Evaluation of Public School Educators

3

EDLD 554

School Law

3

EDLD 556

Finance of Public Education

3

EDLD 559

School Public Relations-Principals

3

EDLD 567

K-12 Leadership

3

EDLD 568

K-12 Curriculum

3

EDLD 583

Strategic Planning For Technology

3

EDLD 594

Seminar: Comp Exam - taken in the final semester

1

Total Hours

37

Minimum Required Grade: C