The Master of Education in Educational Leadership prepares educators to become building-level administrators. The program has a strong regional and national reputation. You will find many of our graduates in leadership positions in Southwest Missouri, as well as throughout the United States.
The 30-credit hour program includes courses taught by experienced faculty both in content and online instruction, providing outstanding preparation for certification. The internship and capstone courses prepare students for the Missouri content and performance assessments. You will learn from outstanding faculty members that bring years of experience and knowledge to the classroom to help you grow in your calling. Some features of the Master of Education in Educational Leadership are:
- Extensive preparation for Missouri licensing
- Opportunities for hands-on internships
- High-quality online instruction from faculty with real-world experience
Take your leadership abilities to the next level as you gain skills in administrative-level oversight in K-12 schools. Join a community of students, who, like you, are ready to move forward in their career with a faith-based education that prepares leaders to impact their world.
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Connect with Bill Shackelford, Enrollment Coordinator, for more information.
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Career OpportunitiesThe following careers are a sampling of opportunities available to graduate students earning our Master of Education in Educational Leadership:
- Teacher leader
- Educational leadership positions at district, state and national levels
Gordon Pace, Ed.D.
Professor of Education, Coordinator of Education Strategic Partnerships
Matt Stringer, Ed.D.
Associate Professor, Coordinator of Graduate Educational Leadership Program
Kelly Sutherland, Ed.D.
Professor of Education, Coordinator of Graduate Curriculum & Instruction Leadership Program
Susan Langston, Ed.D.
Professor of Education; Coordinator of Doctoral Educational Leadership, Curriculum, & Instruction Program