Master of Education in Instructional Leadership
This degree plan is designed specifically for the candidate who wishes to work in a leadership position in an instructional setting that does not require principal certification. These leadership positions are typically in educational organizations. This degree requires completion of thirty-six hours of graduate credit. A comprehensive examination is required during the final semester of coursework. The degree plan originates in the Department of Educational Leadership.
Candidates seeking admission to a graduate program in the Department of Educational Leadership must meet the basic requirements of Graduate Admissions specified in the Admission section of this catalog. Please, contact the Department of Educational Leadership for additional requirements: phone (936) 294-1147
Please submit the following documents to Graduate Admissions:
- Graduate Admissions Application
- Application Fee
- Official transcript from the baccalaureate degree granting institution
- Admission preference given to individuals with a GPA of 3.0 and higher within the last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework
- One Reference Form from a supervisor
- Personal Essay
- Optional: Official GRE scores
Course Prerequisites are strictly observed.
This degree requires completion of thirty-six hours of graduate credit. A comprehensive examination is required during the final semester of coursework. The degree plan originates in the Department of Educational Leadership.
|Master of Education in Instructional Leadership|
|EDAD 5332||Adm & Org Of Public Schools||3|
|EDAD 5386||Spc Populations & Spc Programs||3|
|INSL 5378||Curriculum Planning||3|
|INSL 6390||Eval for Instructional Leaders||3|
|INSL 5379||Methods of Research||3|
|INSL 6360||Learning Theory of Educational Leadership||3|
|INSL 6368||Instructional Supervision||3|
|INSL 6372||Practicum In Instructnl Ldrshp 1||3|
|Select four 5000 or above approved courses 2||12|
INSL 6372 is the last course to be taken in the sequence of courses. It may be taken with one or two other courses.
Selections should be made in consultation with the Graduate Advisor.