Earning Your Educational Leadership Degree
Ashland's Educational Leadership masters programs, featuring the most up to date content and instruction from preeminent leaders and practitioners in the field of educational administration, will allow you to be among the best educational leaders of the future. Ashland University offers opportunities for online as well as face to face instructional experiences, along with flexible options for program completion better meet the needs of the students.
The number of hours required for the Educational Leadership degree and licensure has decreased, saving you time and money!
- The internship has decreased from 6 hours to 4 hours, although it will still be completed over a full academic year
- Acquiring administrative licensure will decrease from the current requirement of 9 hours to 6 hours
WHAT IS EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP?
Educational leadership involves working with teachers and other education professionals on systemic plans to improve educational programming and outcomes.
Here are some core responsibilities of educational leaders:
- Analyze Student Data
- Build Effective Teams
- Assess School Policy and Procedures
- Set Curriculum Standards
All program, capstone and licensure modules are offered each semester in a fast track A/B format (7 weeks), allowing for more flexibility in scheduling the required classes. Modules are offered online, along with a new seminar option that provides a hybrid of on line coursework and a limited number of face to face classes. The new program modules are aligned with key state and national standards such as ELCC Standards, Ohio Principal Standards, the Ohio Assessment for Educators Educational Leadership Standards and others.
THE BEST TIME TO START EARNING YOUR DEGREE IS TODAYI
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