Cal Poly School of Education MA in Educational Leadership and Administration

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  • GRADUATE EDUCATION

    SCHOOL of

    EDUCATION

    MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

    AND ADMINISTRATIONPHONE805-756-5373

    EMAILsoe@calpoly.edu

    WEBSITEsoe.calpoly.edu

  • MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATIONLeaders from many fields including K-12, higher education, sports administration, and nonprofit organizations will benefit from this fast and flexible program. The Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Administration is instructed by a talented faculty composed of scholar-practitioners who bring real-world experience and nationally recognized scholarship to the teaching and learning experience. The program emphasizes:

    Applied theories of educational leadership

    Mastery of practical skills required for effective leadership and administration

    Competence in research methods necessary for understanding and assessing learning organizations

    TO APPLY TO CAL POLY, VISIT

    www.csumentor.edu

    THE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS

    May 15

    FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: soe.calpoly.edu

    FAST-TRACK SCHEDULE:

    Designed to meet the needs of working professionals

    Courses completed over an 11-month period

    16 weekends (Friday evenings and all day Saturdays)

    Five-week summer session

    Rigorous, practical, program requiring serious academic commitment

    BEST IN THE WEST Public Masters University for 23 consecutive years.

    U.S. News and World Report

    BEST

  • MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATIONLeaders from many fields including K-12, higher education, sports administration, and nonprofit organizations will benefit from this fast and flexible program. The Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Administration is instructed by a talented faculty composed of scholar-practitioners who bring real-world experience and nationally recognized scholarship to the teaching and learning experience. The program emphasizes:

    Applied theories of educational leadership

    Mastery of practical skills required for effective leadership and administration

    Competence in research methods necessary for understanding and assessing learning organizations

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Bachelors degree from an accredited college/university

    3.0 GPA in last 90 quarter units of university work

    Three letters of recommendation

    Current resume or curriculum vitae

    Complete questionnaires

    IF SEEKING ADMISSION TO BOTH the masters degree in Education and the Preliminary Administrative Services credential:

    Valid California Teaching/Service Credential

    Five years of full-time teaching/service experience

    Evidence of passing the Basic Skills Requirement (i.e. CBEST)

    Letter of support from employing district*

    *Administrative Services Internship Program applicants only

    For instructions about how to apply to the Fast Track degree and credential program, go to the Cal Poly School of Education website and click on the links to the Educational Leadership and Administration web page. Cohorts are admit-ted once in the fall of each year.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: soe.calpoly.edu

    PRELIMINARY ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES CREDENTIALQualified candidates can earn the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential concurrently with the masters degree.

    This practical program prepares candidates to assume positions of leadership in Californias K-12 school system. Students will gain real-world experience by participating in three quarters of fieldwork experiences in addition to classroom learning.

    ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES INTERNSHIP PROGRAMThis internship program supports school districts that have immediateneed for an administrator and are without suitable candidates.

    Students will earn the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential by serving in an administrative capacity as

    they complete the program of study.

  • SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONCollege of Science and Mathematics

    California Polytechnic State UniversitySan Luis Obispo, CA 93407

    SPRING MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP

    EDUC 510 Finance and Resource Allocation (4 units)

    EDUC 511 Law and Governance (4 units)

    EDUC 519 Professional E-portfolios for Educational Leaders (1 unit)

    EDUC 542 Administration of Special Programs (4 units)

    EDUC 518 Supervised Fieldwork (3 units*)

    SUMMER COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP

    EDUC 587 Foundations and Policy (4 units)

    EDUC 588 Education, Culture and Learning (4 units)EDUC 590 Research Applications in Education (4 units)

    *Required only if candidates pursue BOTH the masters degree AND the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential concomitantly.

    FALL ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP

    EDUC 512 Organizational Theory (4 units)

    EDUC 586 Introduction to Inquiry in Education (4 units)

    EDUC 513 Leadership and Decision Making (4 units)

    EDUC 518 Supervised Fieldwork (3 units*)

    WINTER INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP

    EDUC 515 Curriculum and Program Evaluation (4 units)

    EDUC 516 Personnel Supervision and Evaluation (4 units)

    EDUC 589 Research Methods (4 units)

    EDUC 518 Supervised Fieldwork (3 units*)

    EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM

    COURSEWORK

    CONTACT US PHONE805-756-5373

    EMAILsoe@calpoly.edu

    WEBSITEsoe.calpoly.edu

    PROGRAM COORDINATORDr. Andrea Somoza-Norton asomozan@calpoly.edu

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