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Instructional Leadership, M.A. and Ed.S.

Course Description

Welcome to the College of Education's Instructional Leadership program. We offer both the M.A. and Ed.S. in Instructional Leadership. The Instructional Leadership program prepares graduate candidates for positions in school administration.
Classes leading to the Master of Arts degree (EDIL Major) and Specialist in Education degree (ESIL Major) in Instructional Leadership are available on and off campus through the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. These programs are designed to prepare students seeking licensure as beginning administrators in Tennessee. However, the State Department of Education in Tennessee has recently made several drastic changes to Leadership programs across the state. More information concerning the leadership redesign can be found at http://www.tnelc.org/.
The M.A. degree program in Instructional Leadership requires the completion of an approved program of graduate study with a minimum of 33 semester hours. An Ed.S. degree may be earned upon the completion of 30 semester hours of approved graduate level study beyond the M.A. degree.

Entry Requirements

Satisfactory test scores on either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) (372 minimum for provisional standing and 380 minimum for full standing) or the GRE® General Test (GRE) (900 total on the verbal/quantitative portions and 4.0 on the analytical writing portion); AND Official transcripts from your bachelor's institution and any other institutions attended; AND Grade Point Average on Bachelor's degree of at least 2.50; AND Successful screening from four (4) Disposition Assessments - submitted electronically to INSL databaseInternational application deadlines: October 1, 2015 for spring (January) 2016 start and May 1, 2016 for fall (August) 2016 start.

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