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Curriculum

A Master of Education (M.Ed.) or an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership at the University of Idaho College of Education, Health and Human Sciences 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.

Fall

  • EDAD 513: Administration of Special Education Law
  • EDAD 528: Leading Standard Driven Instruction
  • EDAD 570: Methods of Educational Research
  • EDAD 595: Administration & Supervision of Personnel

Spring

  • EDAD 530: Ethical Leadership & Law in Education
  • EDAD 533: Multicultural Diversity & Ed Leadership
  • EDAD 509: Policy & Politics for Educational Leaders

Fall or Spring

  • EDAD 598: Internship (Advisor approval needed)

Summer

  • EDAD 534: The Principalship
  • EDAD 535: School Finance

Total = 30 credit hours.

Fall

  • EDAD 587: The Superintendency
  • EDAD 594: Theory in Ed Administration

Spring

  • EDAD 571: Ed Leadership in a Global Society
  • EDAD 592: School Community Relations
  • EDAD 593: School Facilities Planning & Maintenance

Fall and Spring

  • EDAD 598: Internship, Central Office

Summer

  • EDAD 584: Bargaining/Mediation/Arbitration
  • EDAD 586: Advanced School Finance

Any Term

  • Two Graduate-level elective (6 Credits)

Plus an earned master's degree in a related field. Up to 30 credits of master’s degree counted toward Ed.S. along with above coursework to total a minimum of 60 credit hours in accordance with college, graduate school and, university requirements.

Fall

  • EDAD 580: Director of Special Education Administration
  • EDSP 548: Special Ed Curriculum

Spring

  • EDSP 425: Evaluation of Children and Youth

Fall and Spring

  • EDAD 598: Internship for Director of Special Ed

Requires a master’s degree as preparation for Idaho Principal Certification or equivalent, and four years of full-time certificated experience working with Pre K-12 students while under contract in a school setting.

  • EdAd 509: Policy and Politics for Educational Leaders
  • EdAd 513: Administration of Special Education Law
  • EdAd 528: Leading Standard Driven Instruction
  • EdAd 530: Ethical Leadership & Law in Education
  • EdAd 533: Multicultural Diversity & Ed Leadership
  • EdAd 534: The Principalship
  • EdAd 535:School Finance
  • EdAd 570: Foundations of Ed Research
  • EdAd 595: Administration & Supervision of Personnel
  • EdAd 598: Internship, School Level (Principal)
  • EdAd 570: Foundations of Ed Research
  • EdAd 571: Ed Leadership in a Global Society
  • EdAd 584: Bargaining/Mediation/Arbitration
  • EdAd 586: Advanced School Finance
  • EdAd 587: The Superintendency
  • EdAd 592:School Community Relations
  • EdAd 593: School Facilities Planning & Maintenance
  • EdAd 594: Theory in Ed Administration
  • EdAd 598: Internship, Central Office

Must total at least 30 credits in the Major Area.

Contact

Mailing Address:
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3087

Phone: 208-292-2519

Fax: 208-292-2544

Email: lead@uidaho.edu

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