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Educational Leadership

The Educational Leadership Program at North Dakota State University provides students with a comprehensive foundation of the principles and practices necessary for success as an educational leader.  The program’s focus is on developing leaders in educational settings, primarily Pk-12 school systems or higher education institutions, and offers three master’s degrees programs, an Educational Specialist degree program as well as the coursework required for North Dakota credentials in the following fields: Elementary Principal, Secondary Principal, and Superintendent. Overviews of the degrees offered by the Educational Leadership Program are provided below.  

Degree Option A:                            Master of Education (M.Ed.) or Master of Science (M. S.)

Target Audience                               Pk-12 teachers or individuals interested leadership roles in higher education

Number of Credits:                         36

Delivery Method:                            Hybrid (Face-to-Face via IVN and online)

Degree Option B:                             Master of Education (M.Ed.) Online Option

Target Audience                               Pk-12 educators

Number of Credits:                         30

Delivery Method:                            Online

Degree Option C:                             Master of Education (M.Ed.) Leadership Academy Option  

Target Audience                               Pk-12 educators (enrollment in this option is limited to identified educators from a school district)

Number of Credits:                         30

Delivery Method:                            Face-to-face at the district site

Degree Option D:                            Educational Specialist (Ed.S.)    

Target Audience                               Pk-12 educators or individuals interested leadership roles in higher education

Number of Credits:                         34

Delivery Method:                            Hybrid (Face-to-Face via IVN and online)             

 

 

Fall 2014 ID21

The Fall 2014 ID21 is scheduled for November 19-20, on the North Dakota State University campus.


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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:07:57 PM