A Master of Education (M.Ed.) or an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership prepares educators for positions in education administration. The degree places graduates on the forefront of theory, policy and practice needed to guide and lead today's schools.
These degrees are designed for K-12 teachers and administrators who desire to transform schools into high-performing, inclusive and continuous learning communities.
Degrees are available online, in Boise and Coeur d' Alene.
M.Ed. Educational Leadership (Principal Certification)
EDAD509 Policy & Politics for Educational Leaders
EDAD513 Administration of Special Education Law
EDAD528 Leading Standards Driven Instruction
EDAD530 Ethical Leadership & Law in Education
EDAD533 Multicultural Diversity & Educational Leadership
EDAD534 The Principalship
EDAD535 School Finance
EDAD570 Foundations of Educational Research
EDAD595 Administration & Supervision of Personnel
EDAD598 Internship, Building Level
30 TOTAL HOURS
Ed.S. Educational Leadership (Superintendent Certification)
EDAD571 Educational Leadership in a Global Society
EDAD586 Advanced School Finance
EDAD587 The Superintendency
EDAD592 School Community Relations
EDAD593 School Facilities Planning & Maintenance
EDAD594 Theory in Educational Administration
EDAD598 Internship, Central Office
Plus two elective courses and an earned master’s degree in a related field to total a minimum of 60 credit hours in accordance with college, graduate school and university requirements.