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
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.
Complete one of the following courses:
Philosophy of Education
Analysis of Ed Data
Found Educational Leadership
Foundations of Curriculum Leadership
Supervision and Evaluation of Public School Educators
Finance of Public Education
School Public Relations-Principals
Strategic Planning For Technology
Seminar: Comp Exam - taken in the final semester
Minimum Required Grade: C