Shakeshaft, Dr. Charol
Chair, Department of Educational Leadership
The administration and supervision track of the M.Ed. in Educational Leadership is a 33-hour program that prepares individuals to fill positions as reflective leaders for schools. Applicants are expected to have at least two years of experience in a school setting in an instructional personnel position that requires licensure in Virginia. An end-of-program assessment is required. Individuals must meet the Technology Standards approved by the Virginia Board of Education, and they must supply proof of Child Abuse and Neglect Recognition Training. Individuals who successfully complete the program are eligible for endorsement as an administrator/supervisor K-12.
This program is delivered through an innovative, competency-based curriculum comprised of a combination of face-to-face and online one-, two- or three-credit courses. The program features authentic real-time computer-simulated experiences imbedded in several courses throughout the program.
Please visit the Department of Educational Leadership’s Auto-Advising Web page for program–specific application requirements.
|ADMS 618 Leadership for Educational Change and Improvement|
|ADMS 622 Understanding Diversity and Leading for Social Justice|
|ADMS 623 Schooling as a Complex System|
|ADMS 624 Principals as Human Resource Agents|
|ADMS 625 Leadership for Individualized Learning|
|ADMS 626 Internal/External Relations and Communications|
|ADMS 627 Enhancing and Supporting Instruction|
|ADMS 628 Cultural Inheritance of Schools|
|ADMS 629 The Business of Schools|
|ADMS 631 Evidence-based Decision-making|
|ADMS 633 Multiple Dimensions of Leadership|
|ADMS/TEDU 647 Educational Technology for School Leaders|
|ADMS 670 Administrative Internship I*|
|ADMS 671 Administrative Internship II**|
|ADMS 675 Administrative Internship III***|
|EDUS 660 Research Methods in Education|
|TEDU 615 Curriculum Development|
|Elective (selected with approval of adviser)||3|
*ADMS 670 must be taken in the first semester of enrollment in the program.
**ADMS 671 is taken in the next-to-last semester of enrollment in the program.
***ADMS 675 is taken in the last semester of enrollment in the program.