Master of Educational Leadership > Program Description
The master's degree in educational leadership is designed to prepare teacher leaders who are capable of enhancing the effectiveness of their organization and who are prepared to assume leadership positions in their school and/or organization.
Program Learning Outcomes
Students in the program are expected to:
Design, implement, and evaluate instructional programs to promote student learning;
Develop learning programs that are responsive to cultural and learning differences;
Conduct fair, equitable, and effective classroom supervision;
Design, implement, and evaluate professional development activities that promote teacher learning;
Use standardized and classroom-based student performance data to improve student learning;
Understand, interpret, and critique educational research.
Masters Degree from accredited institution of higher education.
3.0 minimum grade average in post-baccalaureate courses; 2.7 undergraduate GPA.
Minimum 3 years teaching experience.
Posession or eligibility for a CT teaching certificate.