The M.S.Ed. in educational leadership has been offered in Ontario, Canada, with ministerial consent since 1984. It is offered to Ontario candidates who wish to pursue leadership positions and receive a master’s degree, and in collaboration with public and Catholic Greater Toronto area boards and additional sites. This program does not lead to New York state certification.
|EDU 528||Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion 1||3|
|EDU 595||Introduction to Educational Research||3|
|EDU 615||Intro to Educational Leadership||3|
|EDU 649||Capstone for the School Building Leader||3|
|EDU 632||Leadership and the School Building||3|
|EDU 635||School Law||3|
|EDU 644||Instructional Supervision||3|
|EDU 645||Curriculum Planning: Design,||3|
|EDU 684||Research in Educational Leadership||3|
|EDU 694||Administrative Internship Part I||3|
|Two electives in educational administration||6|
|Pass Administrative Internship|
|Pass Comprehensive Exam|
Fulfills requirement for course in another discipline
The internship experience starts with embedded field experiences throughout required course work and culminates with two internship courses designed to provide an intensive authentic leadership experience aligned to the ELCC Standards. A minimum of 600 clock hours is required to complete the internship requirement.
The internship experiences provide administrative experiences that merge theory and practice. They provide an opportunity to learn through direct work experience under the guidance and supervision of experienced professional administrators. The internship focuses on the concepts of leadership and the application of leadership skills. Candidates complete the internship in one or two semesters. Candidates are required to register for EDU 697 Indiv Clinical Prac Advisement (1 credit) for an extension of the internship beyond this timeline.