We believe quality school leaders transform lives.
Leadership in schools today is a critical and often difficult position that require preparation to equip the leader with the skills and information necessary for a rewarding career. The Master of Education degree in Leadership for Teaching and Learning through Millersville University is designed to prepare teachers for leadership roles such as principal, department head, curriculum director, and supervisor. The program philosophy is grounded in ethical leadership and strives to produce genuine leaders who can transform schools into learning communities that meet the needs of all stakeholders.
The program uses the strength of cohort groups whereby candidates advance through the program with a group of educators that rapidly become a source of personal support and a professional resource. This course of study provides a Master’s degree in education, a K-12 Principal certificate, and a K-12 Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction certificate. Students holding a master’s degree may pursue the principal certificate and supervisory certificate separately. This program has been accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Educational Leadership Constituent Council.
Leading schools today is perhaps our most important profession.
Prepare effectively. Prepare at Millersville.
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Course of Study (credits)
EDFN 545 Advanced Education Psychology (3)
EDFN 601 Methods of Research (3)
EDFN 603 Philosophy of Education (3)
EDLD 610 Leadership Theory (3)
EDLD 614 School and Community Relations (3)
EDLD 620 School Law and Public Policy (3)
EDLD 667 Leadership Seminar I (1)
EDLD 668 Leadership Seminar II (1)
EDLD 669 Leadership Seminar III (1)
EDSU 700 Functions of Supervision (3)
EDSU 701 Aspects of Supervision (3)
EDSU 703 Curriculum and Supervision (3)
EDSU 798 Applied Supervision (3)
EDSU 799 Applied Practicum (3)
More course information can be found in the Graduate Catalog
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