This 30 credit concentration in the Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology is designed for graduate students who wishes to develop and enhance their educational leadership knowledge and skills outside of K-12 education. This program is created for students who would like to make an impact in non-profit, health, governmental and international organizations, foundations, non-traditional or international educational institutions, and other agencies that have an educational component.
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Admission decisions take approximately four weeks after all materials are received.
Program course requirements
Unless otherwise noted all courses are three credit hours.
EDLD 6791: Educational Leadership Master's Seminar (An introduction to the program and concepts), one credit
EDLD 6020: Educational Leadership, Systems and Change
EDLD 6650: Principles and Practices of Adult Learning
EDLD 6899: Global Leadership or other similar special topics
EMR 5400: Fundamentals of Evaluation, Measurement and Research
EMR 6420: Evaluation I: Theory, Methods and Program Evaluation
OCL 6410: Organizational Culture and Globalization
OCL 6430: Group Dynamics and Team Development in an Age of Globalization
EDT 6490: Planning and Implementing Educational Technology
One elective (advisor approved)
EDLD 6792: Capstone Class (with 60 hour field placement internship), two credit
Program total: 30 credits
Please note that some of the classes are only offered on the main campus, while most others are also offered at our regional locations.
For additional information and advising
Contact Dr. D. Eric Archer by email or at (269) 387-3888.