The MS in Education requires 36 hours of coursework, which includes nine hours in philosophical studies, educational research, and a master's project.
An additional concentration of 15 hours focus on curriculum, human development, computers, models of teaching, and school and society. The final 12 hours are electives, which may correspond to a student's particular area of interest or may be diversified to broaden the student's perspective of the educational system.
Completion of the MS in Educational Administration requires 36 hours of coursework and includes 15 hours in philosophical studies, research methodology, field experience, and a master's project. Eighteen hours in leadership courses along with three elective hours in elementary or secondary administration round out the curriculum.
After completing the MS in EducationalAdministration, individuals may seek state licensure as a principal or administrative specialist by completing an additional 15 hours of coursework. Licensure as a superintendent requires an additional 30 hours of coursework.
The Master's in Education and the Master's inEducational Administration are two-semester evening programs during the academic year with three other sessions: the Maymester, Summer Session I, and SummerSession II.
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