Further your leadership abilities in education with the holistic understanding of curriculum design, motivation, support and innovation in instruction gained through a Post-Master's Certificate in Educational Leadership and Administration from the George Washington University (GW).
The certificate is designed for students who hold a master's degree and the program gives you the opportunity to gain credentials in as little as one year. Students seeking a certificate program may apply for financial aid. Should you wish to pursue the Graduate Certificate, you have the option to transfer these GW earned credit hours into the online Education Specialist (EdS) in Educational Leadership and Administration program.
This accelerated certificate program is nationally recognized by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and nationally recognized by the Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC).
Completion of the Educational Leadership certificate may also prepare qualified candidates for principal or administrator licensure. This program also includes coursework and field experiences designed to meet administrative certification requirements in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and other states that honor interstate compact agreements.
Post-master's Certificate in Educational Leadership and Administration Courses
- GW's Post-master's Certificate in Educational Leadership and Administration consists of 18-credit hours and can be completed in 1 year.
- The Educational Leadership Certificate utilizes research-based coursework and real-world education leadership projects to help you apply crucial concepts and build your professional portfolio. You will develop specialized skills that include planning, change management, research analysis, and supervisory strategy.
About the School
GW's Graduate School of Education and Human Development offers online Graduate Education Master’s programs that prepare leaders like you for research, policy, and practice in the fields of teaching, l ... Read More