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Major Overview

As a highly tailored program, the Master of Education in Educational Administration and Leadership prepares students for professional careers in school administration and leadership. The program engages students in such professional activities as organizational leadership and decision making, management of the school organization, human resource development, promoting parental involvement and school-community linkage. By taking this major, students will be guided through a range of applied theories and principles in educational administration and leaderships and those of other related disciplines such as curriculum and philosophy of education. Courses are designed to reflect research and contemporary practices of effective management and leadership skills and other functional areas of education.

Learning Outcomes

Upon the completion of this program, graduates will be able to:
- demonstrate a versatile understanding of administration and leadership in an educational context;
- acquire critical perspective on the contemporary context of education and the changing administrative and leadership roles in education;
- use advanced knowledge about management and leadership theories in education to frame and inform practice as a critical and reflective educator;
- incorporate theoretical perspectives and critical analysis in problem solving at the school level;
- develop analytical skills and research awareness to frame effective management and leadership at school;
- demonstrate an intermediate level of research knowledge and skills that enable them to conduct research in their relevant field.

Career Prospects

The master's degree in Education with a specialization in Educational Administration and Leadership is beneficial for those who play a vital role in school leadership, teacher leadership, school administration and student management. This degree can prepare graduates for teaching, administrative and executive positions at public and private schools which include school principal, assistant principal, district administrator, instructional coordinator, director or supervisor, dean of students or faculty, college provost or university registrar.


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