Educational Leadership Master's Program
Frequently Asked Questions
- When is the application deadline?
- Can credits be transferred into the program?
- How long does it take to complete the program?
- How many years do I have to complete the program?
- What courses are required?
- When are the courses offered?
- Do you offer online courses?
- What is the tuition?
- What are the major requirements of the program?
Applications are accepted twice per year, with deadlines of
15 for the spring semester and April 1 for the fall semester.
Up to nine credits of relevant coursework may be transferred into
the MEd. program with the permission of the student’s advisor and
Graduate College. Courses must be completed within five years and
related to the overall goals of the Leadership Program. This
courses taken prior to admission in the Leadership Program either
another institution, or at UVM (Continuing Ed.). There is
possibility of transferring an extra six credits if they are at
immediate preceding semester to matriculation.
Most of our students attend on a part-time basis (one or two
per semester), completing their core courses and electives within
and a half to three years.
The maximum number of years to complete the MEd is five years.
There are fifteen hours of required core courses taken in the
program. Core courses are taught no more than one evening per week
(4:00-7:00 p.m.). These courses are EDLP 334, 353 (380), and
EDFS 209 (or EDLP 380) and 322.
Currently, the core courses are offered on weekday evenings from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
On-line courses are not offered for the MEd. program.
Tuition costs for 2013-14, for Graduate credit, is $572/credit hour for in-state students, and $1444/credit hour for out-of-state students. For a chart of graduate tuition and fees broken down by credit hours, please click here.
Students are required to complete 15 hours of core courses, and a minimum of 18 further hours (more for licensure candidates) including an internship, as well as an action research project. The program culminates in an oral examination/presentation of the action research project.
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