The Master of Arts in Educational Leadership, Principal Endorsement Program is a 36 semester hour graduate program. The curriculum design includes 90 hours of field experience embedded in nine courses giving candidates the opportunity to directly apply what they are learning in class. The program also includes 3 internship experiences in pre k-12 settings with the supervision of both university faculty as well as district mentors.
|Summer 1||EDU6515||Technology for School Leaders (3)|
|Summer 2||EDU6510||Educational Leadership and Organizational Theory (3)|
|Fall||EDU6530||The Leadership Role in Curriculum Development, Assessment and Evaluation (3)|
|Fall||EDU6580||The Leader Role in Supervision, Assessment and Evaluation in Literacy Learning (3)|
|Spring||EDU6525||The Leader Role in Human Resources and Supervision of Staff (3)|
|Spring||EDU6585||Introduction to the Internship*|
|Successfully completed by 1st week of May|
|Summer||EDU6585||Summer Residency Internship*|
|Summer 1||EDU6570||School Leadership and the Law (3)|
|Summer 2||EDU6575||School Leadership and the Law for Special Populations (3)|
|Fall||EDU6590||Internship for Educational Leaders I (3)|
|Fall||EDU6535||The Leader Role in School-Community Relations (3)|
|Spring||EDU6595|| Internship for Educational Leaders II (3)
|Spring||EDU6565||The Leader Role in Fiscal Management (3)|
*3 semester hours awarded after successful completion of EDU6585 Introduction to the Internship and EDU 6585 Summer Residency Internship.
For questions about the Principal Endorsement Program of Study or course descriptions, please contact the program manager/advisor, Sandra Groth at 630-947-8939 or firstname.lastname@example.org.