The Masters Degree in Education, with a concentration in Educational Leadership, provides students with the required Masters Degree to meet New York State administrative certifications, as well as prepares students not pursuing certification, with a broad perspective of school leadership and improving student outcomes.
The program is a combination of 24 credit hour program in school leadership (SBL or SDBL) and 12 additional credits, six credits in educational research tools and six credits in electives meeting student interest and linked to school leadership. The 12 credits may be taken on-line depending upon course availability and student course requirements.
Students who wish to pursue administrative certification in New York State must take the internship, EDA 546 and EDA 547, a 600-hour in-district internship. Students who do not wish or do not qualify for administrative certification will complete a 3-6 credit clinical field experience, EDA 586 Field Based Experience.
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Recipient: The College of Saint Rose
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