Master of Education: Instructional Leadership

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Program Description

The University of West Alabama’s online Master of Education in Instructional Leadership will prepare you to develop the ability to lead others, foster student achievement in learning-centered environments and advocate for quality educational practices. As a fully online program, you’ll be able to build a sound leadership foundation as you balance your professional and personal commitments. On average, the program takes one year to complete, and in the online classroom, you’ll have the space and freedom to move at your own pace.

The program’s curriculum has been carefully crafted by the best trainers of educators in the state. Designed to prepare educators to improve instructional programs, understand and react to complex educational issues, you will also get prepared to craft a strategic vision for your students and your school after assessing different programmatic needs. To achieve this skillset, you’ll engage with a curriculum that focuses on mentoring strategies, organizational leadership, instructional leadership, innovative practices in P-12 settings, curriculum design and research methods.

As you complete the program, you’ll earn both a master’s-level education and a Class A Professional Educator Certificate. As a result, you’ll gain a powerful credential that will give you an advantage when you seek advancement opportunities or enter the job market. The degree specifically caters to teachers seeking leadership positions in public schools, private schools and other educational bodies. Learn more about the program today.

Last updated Oct 2020

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