The Educational Leadership Graduate degree programs welcome applicants who desire to become inspiring, innovative, visionary leaders for 21st century schools. Students can earn either a Master of Science in School Administration or an Educational Specialist in Education with an emphasis in School Administration. These 14-month intensive programs accept a new cohort each June and finish in August of the following year.
Graduate applicants may apply year-round for summer admission only. Contact the program coordinator for deadline to submit the graduate application with all supporting documentation and Graduate Record Examination (GRE®) scores. Students are scored on their GRE® score, GPA, and program interview.
- A 2.75 GPA for admission to the Master’s program and a 3.20 GPA to enter the Educational Specialist degree program
- A current teaching license, strong recommendations from administrators in the field
- At least (3) years teaching experience
- In addition to the graduate school requirements, students must create a portfolio and schedule an interview with program faculty (contact program coordinator after graduate school application is complete)
Dr. Penny K. Wallin
Associate Professor of Educational Leadership