Purpose

The administrative concentration is designed to equip teachers for administrative responsibility and to assist present administrators in developing organizational and leadership skills. The program is designed to help the student acquire the necessary skills in decision-making, human resource management, teacher evaluation, curriculum leadership, and change. The administrative concentration in the Master of Science in Education provides the opportunity for the applicant to receive a Wisconsin State Administrative license through the Department of Public Instruction. The Wisconsin license (#5051) is limited to elementary and high school building principals. Applicants desiring a principal’s license for another state should consult with their state’s licensing requirements.

Master of Science in Education - Educational Administration 

#5051 Licensure
EDG 531/831Principles of Education Admin3
EDG 533/833Leadership for Change3
EDG 627/921Portfolio I0
EDG 541/841Business Admin of Schools3
EDG 536/836Ed Govern/Admin-HR Emph3
EDG 537/837Supervision of Instruction3
EDG 535/835Legal/Ethic Issues in Ed Admin3
EDG 507/807Curriculum Leadership3
EDG 539/839Practicum in Educ Admin3
EDG 628/922Portfolio II0
EDG 745/845The Principalship3
EDG 515/815Educ Research Methods3
EDG 595/895Graduate Capstone Project3
EDG 629/923Portfolio III0
#5010 Licensure
EDG 699/887Assessment for Learning3
EDG 552/852Improve Literacy Instruction3
EDG 629/923Portfolio III0
Total Hours39