Educational Leadership, M.Ed. (Non-Licensure)
This is a non-licensure program for those who desire to be a leader in educational settings, establishing schools, extend their studies, and/or working in religious or international school settings
Prepare to lead in an education system that does not require a license with this M.Ed. program that allows you the opportunity to individualize your study.
The Educational Leadership Non-licensure degree provides an opportunity to have advanced studies in education by comparing educational systems to develop highly qualified leaders. This program allows students an opportunity to individualize a study in education through course selections in research, finance/business, leadership/motivation, curriculum and instruction, philosophies, modern language, communication and religious education. This program will fit the needs of individuals interested in teaching or leading in schools that do not require a license.
Each applicant must file with the Dean of Graduate Studies a complete dossier consisting of the following:
This program requires a Master’s thesis.
|Required Core Course||A research or writing course is required each semester||27|
|EDU 6504||Research — Methods and Procedures||3|
|EDU 6515||Comparative Education Systems||3|
|EDU 6563||Thesis I||3|
|EDU 6564||Thesis II||3|
|EDU 6519||Teaching and Learning||3|
|EDU 6542||Technology in Education||3|
|EDU 6518||Personal/Interpersonal Dimension of Leadership||3|
|EDU 6527||Organizational Dimension of Educational Leadership||3|
|MLG 5450||The Multicultural Classroom||3|
|Elective Courses||Selected from an approved list which includes courses in education, business/finance, communications, Christian Studies, psychology, and specific subject areas related to research for master's thesis.||12|
A Master’s Thesis on a comparative education topic is required. The thesis has to be presented in a research forum during the final semester.