The MEd program prepares graduate candidates to work as elementary and secondary school principals.
- Rock Hill, United States
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Education Leadership & Administration
- Program Description:
- The educational leadership program is part of the Center for Pedagogy in the Richard W. Riley College of Education at Winthrop University. The program is designed for K-12 educators who desire a master’s degree in building-level educational administration. The degree prepares candidates to supervise teachers and become educational leaders in K-12 educational settings. The program is aligned with the ELCC (Educational Leadership Constituent Council) national standards and emphasizes strong vision and collaboration with families, teachers, and communities. Each course in the program contains recurring themes that focus on ethics and integrity as well as enhancing communication skills.
Additional Program Information
- NCATE - National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
- Financial Aid:
- Applicants for admission must submit their application materials to the Graduate School Office by April 1. Pre-entrance interviews will be conducted once the application materials are received. The admissions committee considers all the requirements previously listed when making the admissions decisions. Applicants will receive notification of the Admissions Committee’s decision from the Graduate School Office by mid-May. Admission to the Educational Leadership program is competitive. New admission classes will not exceed 25 candidates. (refer to the Winthrop University Graduate School website for further admission requirement information)
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