Education: Educational Leadership (M.Ed.)
About the Program
Applicants must apply to and meet all criteria for admission to the ISU Graduate School. The applicant must also meet the following minimum SPEL admission requirements:
A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution; usually that degree is in an education-related field One year of professional experience A letter of interest, stating the applicant's interest in the program Current resume, including the names of and contact information for at least 2 professional references A minimum GPA of 3.0 for all upper-division credits taken at the undergraduate level The Master of Education in Educational Leadership requires a minimum of 31 credits.
Core Professional Studies take the following courses, take 9 credits9 creditsTake the following:EDUC6601 - Research and Writing3 creditsOLP6621 - Theories of Adult Learning3 creditsEDUC6610 - Applied Educational Statistics3 credits
General Leadership Studies take the following courses, take 18 credits18 creditsTake the following:EDLH7730 - Hist and Phil of Higher Ed3 creditsEDLH7731 - Law in Higher Educ3 creditsEDLH6649 - Issues in Ed. Ldshp.3 creditsEDLP7702 - Supervision and Empowerment3 creditsEDLP7703 - Leadership and Org Devel3 credits
Electives - Collaboratively determined by student & advisor take the following courses, take 6 credits6 creditsSelect from:EDLC7730 - The Modern Community College3 creditsEDLH6699 - Experimental Course1 - 6 creditsEDLH6699 - Experimental Course1 - 6 creditsEDLH6699 - Experimental Course1 - 6 creditsEDLH7733 - Finance in Higher Education3 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.