Designed to prepare teachers to assume the role of lead teacher without seeking administrative certification, the Master of Science in Education — Teacher Leadership degree program at SBU features expert faculty, engaging courses and a supportive environment. You will be equipped to lead grade level meetings, collaborate with other teachers in a more productive way, and become an instructional coach. This degree is fully online.
This degree will empower you to:
Visit the Graduate Education page to learn more about the application and admissions process, financial aid, and more.
Teacher Leadership courses are offered online through the Blackboard Learning Management System.
Note: You can begin the course rotation in either fall, summer or spring terms.
|EDU 5903||Professional Learning Communities||3|
|EDU 6293||Assessment & Data Collection||3|
|EAD 6143||Educational Organization, Leadership & Change||3|
|ITL 5613||The Instructional Role of Educational Media and Technology||3|
|EDU 5083||Educational Research||3|
|EDU 6503||Addressing Deficits in Language Processing/Dyslexia||3|
|EDU 6263||Principles of Coaching||3|
|ITL 5633||Instructional Material Design and Application||3|
|EDU 5023||Curriculum Design and Development||3|
|EDU 5033||Learners and the Learning Process||3|
|EDU 5313||Clinical Field Study||3|
|EDU 6273||Effective Communication||3|
Degree is available completely online. Complete assignments when it is most convenient for you. A collaborative online learning community is facilitated by our highly qualified faculty through the Blackboard Learning Management System.
NOTE: This is a proposed guideline. Please check the catalog for your final degree requirements and consult with your
advisor to develop
an official plan of study. Southwest Baptist University reserves the right to make changes to degree plans without advanced notice or obligation.
You are responsible for understanding and completing all degree, departmental and graduation requirements.