Educational Leadership Master's Program
- 33-36 credit hours distributed among courses, summer seminars, independent study, action research, and internship.
- Fifteen of the 33-36 credits comprise the core curriculum, with the remainder making up the students individual concentration. Students desiring the administrative licensure endorsement by the state of Vermont will take a majority of their electives in areas required through licensure standards.
- An action research project.
- A leadership portfolio, which marks the final requirement of the program.
- Portfolios are presented at each student's culminating Master's Oral Examination.
The MEd program for licensure require 33-36 credit hours of
coursework including seminars, internships, and research
Core Courses (15 credits)
EDLP 300: Leading Learning Organizations, Fall (3cr)
EDLP 320: Collaborative Consultation, Spring, (3cr)
EDFS 322: Challenge of Multiculturalism, Fall (3cr)
EDFS 209: Introduction to Research Methods, Spring, (3cr)
EDFS 340: Applied Data Analysis for Decision Making, Fall/Summer (3cr)
Elective Courses (12-15 credits) Courses are required for VT Administrator Licensure
EDLP 280: School and Agency Business Management, Fall or Spring, (3cr) AND
EDLP 333: Education Law, Spring or Summer, (3cr) AND
EDLP 335: Staff Evaluation and Development, Fall or Spring, (3cr) AND
EDLP 336: Curriculum Leadership, Fall, (3cr) AND
EDLP 360: Policy to Practice, Fall/Spring, (3cr)
EDLP 372: Leadership and the Creative Imagination, Spring, (3cr)
EDLP 386: Organization and Human Resource Development, Spring, (3cr)
EDLP 390 Internship (3cr). Internship proposals are due the
semester prior to starting. General guidelines for the proposal
are listed in the handbook and should be discussed with your
Applications for the Master's program can be downloaded from
website (follow links to "Admissions"), contact them
directly for questions (802-656-3160). Application
includes a statement of purpose, three letters of reference, and
copies of all official transcripts. Deadline for Fall
semester is April 1st, and November 15 for Spring semester.
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