Cypres, Dr. Autumn
Department Chair, Educational Leadership
Admission requirements summary
Educational Leadership, Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Indicate track: administration and supervision or leadership studies
Fall entry only
GRE or MAT
The M.Ed. in Educational Leadership offers two tracks. The administration and supervision track is designed for individuals who aspire to positions as instructional leaders in schools. Those who hold positions of leadership in other educational institutions that don’t require endorsement as a principal or supervisor may choose the leadership studies track.
Please visit the Department of Educational Leadership’s Auto-Advising Web page for program–specific application requirements.
Student learning outcomes
- Candidates demonstrate content knowledge. Candidates demonstrate content knowledge in educational leadership as evidenced by the SLLA and the School Law Case Study.
- Develop supervisory plan for learning. Candidates demonstrate the ability to develop a supervisory plan for classroom-based learning as evidenced by the Clinical Supervision Model.
- Internship/clinical practice. Candidates demonstrate effective applications in internship/clinical practice as evidenced by the On-Site Supervisor Evaluation.
- Assess ability to support student learning and development. Candidates demonstrate ability to support student learning and development as evidenced by the Leadership to Support Student Learning assessment.
- Assess application of content. Candidates demonstrate application of content as evidenced by the Action Research Project.
- Assess management and community relations. Candidates demonstrate organizational management and community-relations skills as evidenced by the Educational Intervention Plan.