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The purposes of the Department of Educational Leadership and Technology are:
The Southeastern Louisiana University Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership is designed to provide the essential foundation for school administrators to assume the role of instructional leaders for effective school improvement. The program has been accredited by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA) and has met the School Leader certification requirements of the Louisiana State Department of Education.
Admission to the Educational Leadership Program is highly selective and prospective students must meet all admissions criteria prior to admittance. Students will be allowed to enroll in courses in this degree curriculum only after formal admission to the program.
The applicants once admitted to the program will be assigned to a cohort. The applicant will remain with the cohort for the duration of the program to ensure the validity of the networking and collaboration built into the program design and approved by the State. Students will not be permitted to change cohorts for personal convenience. If a student misses a term of study, it is the responsibility of the student to contact the Program Coordinator for reassignment to an existing cohort in order to complete the course of studies for the program.
Admission to the Educational Leadership Program is highly selective and prospective students must meet all admissions criteria prior to admittance. Students will be allowed to enroll in courses in this degree curriculum only after formal admission to the program. To be considered for admission for a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership, an applicant must initially satisfy all of the Southeastern Louisiana University graduate admission requirements.
University: The prospective student must apply for and be admitted to study in Southeastern Louisiana University and satisfy all other University graduate admission requirements including submission of official transcripts and GRE scores. The University application must be done online at: http://www.southeastern.edu/apply/graduate/index.html.
Program: Applicants must submit, to the Director of the Master's Program in Educational Leadership, a portfolio containing the following documents:
Admissions Decision: Admission to the Educational Leadership Program is selective and requires a favorable evaluation by the Leadership Admissions Committee and is contingent upon the receipt of all required application documents. When all admissions requirements have been met, the Program Coordinator will complete the necessary notification/acceptance papers for graduate admissions.
To receive the Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership, a student must:
All graduate competency-based degree preparation programs, graduate alternative certification programs, assessments, and continuing learning units shall be aligned with the following state and national standards:
Teacher Leader Endorsement
(See Louisiana Department of Education website for additional information at: http://www.leadlouisiana.net/.)
|EDL 610: Research Methods for Educational Leaders||3 hours|
|EDL 612: Fostering Vision and Leadership in Educational Environments||3 hours|
|EDL 721: School Law||3 hours|
|EDL 702: School-Community Relations||3 hours|
|EDL 642: School Personnel Administration||3 hours|
|EDL 625: Organizational Management||3 hours|
|EDL 722: Curriculum Improvement||3 hours|
|EDL 635: Supervision of Instruction||3 hours|
|EDL 723: Leading Change in Educational Organizations||3 hours|
|EDF 600: Application of Educational Research||3 hours|
|EDL 725: Internship in Educational Leadership||3 hours|
|ETEC 615: Technology Studies for Educational Leaders||3 hours|
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