Ed.S. Degree in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership
New Degree Program: Applications are open now for the new Education Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership! Classes will begin in Spring 2021.
In this Ed.S. program, students will enhance their leadership skills teaching best practices in communication, collaboration, and action-based research. Learn how to coach, mentor, consult, and evaluate effectively to facilitate continual improvement in teaching and learning methods.
Study current issues K-12 educators face and discover how to create aligned learning
environments that support students both today and tomorrow. Students will then apply what they learn throughout the courses directly to their classroom or school district initiatives.
What are the career prospects for a graduate of the Education specialist program in curriculum and Instructional Leadership?
Graduates of the specialist degree could hold positions such as district leaders for curriculum, teacher trainers, department heads, and any other leadership position that does not require an administrative certification.
What are the Program Requirements?
A master’s degree in education is required to enter the Education Specialist program. The program is 33 hours with students required to maintain continuous enrollment until the completion of the field study.
Want to Learn more and Apply?
Visit the Graduate Education page to learn more about the application and admissions process, financial aid, and more.
This degree is offered through online and face-to-face classes.