The MA prepares district leaders for future-ready schools. Equipped with a focus on diversity and social justice and the skills and knowledge to develop a vision for a successful school, graduates pursue careers as elementary, middle, or high school principals and administrators to realize change at school and community levels. The MA is designed for those who do not already hold a graduate degree.
Students will complete 32 semester hours required in the Principal Licensure. Candidates must also successfully complete a comprehensive exam in the final semester.
|EDUC 5751||Principal/Administrator Licensing I||3-9|
|EDUC 5752||Principal Administrator Licensing II||3-9|
|EDUC 5753||Principal/Administrator Licensing III||3-9|
|EDUC 5754||Principal or Administrator Licensing IV||3-9|