M.Ed. Educational Leadership Degree Plan

The Master of Education degree with a major in Educational Leadership is a 39 hour program with a comprehensive examination and a state certification examination. The program must be completed within six years. 

Classes are offered in a convenient weekend format. During Spring and Fall semesters classes meet on four designated weekends (Saturday and Sunday). For Summer sessions the format is slightly modified; classes meet on designated days (i.e., Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, or Saturday and Sunday) for four consecutive weeks in June and July. Students may enroll in a maximum of 9 semester credit hours during each Fall and Spring term, excluding an internship and a maximum of 6 semester credit hours in each of the two annual summer sessions. Students may join the program at the beginning of any term. 

Required Course Work for M.Ed. and Principal Certificate: (39 SCH)

      * ED 5302          The Principalship     

     * ED 5307          Graduate Research                 

      * ED 5330          Introduction to School Administration    

        ED 5316          Diversity in Public Education

        ED 5319          School Law

        ED 5336          Leadership and Evaluation of Instruction (ILD)

        ED 5338          Professional Development Appraisal Systems (PDAS)

        ED 6304          Organization & Theory in Administration

        ED 6309          Administration of UIL Programs

        ED 6315          Design and Implementation of the Instructional Program

        ED 6320          School Support Services

        ED 7304          Leadership in Educational Administration

        ED 7309          State and Federal Programs in Public Schools

        ED 7313          Administrative Internship

  *  Must be taken in the first 12 semester credit hours

 

♦  REQUIREMENTS FOR PRINCIPAL CERTIFICATION ONLY

Contact:  Dr. Jim Hector (432) 837-8213

 

  SUPERINTENDENT CERTIFICATION

Contact:  Dr. Galen Privitt (432) 837-8002