Master of Arts in Education
Educational Leadership - Initial Principal Licensure
The two year Master of Arts in Education Initial Principal Licensure program is designed to equip qualified and experienced educators with the knowledge and skills necessary to assume leadership positions in schools; particularly those of program supervisor/director or building principal/assistant principal.
Studies include: leadership, school management, law and finance. The program emphasizes the role of a school leader as collaborator and creator of a supportive and stimulating environment for children and teachers.
Program Completion Requirements:
Four internships are required for the Educational Leadership program. Three internships are taken concurrently with your first 3 full terms (fall, spring, fall) in your own school along with your cognate coursework.
The 4th, alternative site, internship will be taken alone at the end of your cognate course work at a site different from your own school. This final internship will be in conjunction with the Capstone Project (CAP) for those seeking the MA degree. The CAP is not required for those who want the principal license only.