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The Educational Leadership Program is committed to transforming students' passion for education with the professional and organizational skills necessary to be leaders in and of education who focus on student success.  

Graduates from the Educational Leadership Program will gain the knowledge, skills, and expertise to lead others by making informed decisions based on data, engaging in problem solving, planning, research, assessment, collaboration, negotiation, and conflict-resolution.

PROGRAM PURPOSE

The principle purpose of the Educational Leadership Program is to provide professional/academic education for individuals preparing for PK-12 building leadership and school district positions:

  • Teacher leadership
  • Elementary or secondary school principal
  • Superintendents
  • Higher Education positions in settings such as:

    • Residence Life
    • Student Affairs
    • Athletics
    • Admissions

The major goals of the program are to:

  • Deliver an approved leadership program and credential program to North Dakota Residents.
  • Increase the effectiveness of PK-12 teacher leadership, thereby increasing student performance.
  • Provide professional service to area schools, school districts, practicing educational administrators, and to state & national associations.
  • Expand the research on the knowledge base of education, leadership, and the administration of educational programs.
PROGRAMS

We offer master's degrees (M.S. or M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership with options in K12 Leadership and Higher Education; an Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S.); as well as Credential Endorsements for the Superintendency.

ACCREDITATION

The School of Education, part of the College of Human Sciences and Education, is accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

CONTACT INFORMATION

We are more than happy to meet with you and discuss any questions or concerns that you might have.  For more information, please contact our program coordinator:

Dr. Jim Korcuska
(701) 231-6296
James.Korcuska@ndsu.edu 


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