Catalog Year

2020-2021

Degree

SPEC

Credits

30

Locations

Edina

Accreditation

CAEP

Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation

Educational Leadership (SPEC)

This is an advanced degree, which requires a Master's degree for admission. This program leads to recommendation for administrative licensure as a K-12 Principal or a Director of Special Education.

Admission Requirement

Program Requirements

Common Core

This course examines legal issues in educational settings.

Prerequisites: none

The process by which candidates for school administration licensure document and present mastery level evidence of required competencies.

Prerequisites: none

This course provides an overview of leadership in the educational setting.

Prerequisites: none

This course examines how political influence and governance affect school policy.

Prerequisites: none

This course develops skills in leading programs for students of special populations.

Prerequisites: none

The course examines the role of the school leader within the function of supervision and evaluation.

Prerequisites: none

In this course students apply advanced knowledge and skills in finance and leadership in the educational setting.

Prerequisites: none

This course develops research skills in the educational setting.

Prerequisites: none

This course provides students with an experiential experience as a school administrator.

Prerequisites: none

Restricted Electives

Superintendent and Additional Licensure - Choose 0 - 14 Credit(s). Prerequisite: Must have a Specialist degree with administrative license before taking these courses.

This course provides students who are pursuing a second administrative license with an experiential experience as a school administrator.

Prerequisites: none

This course is designed for aspiring educational leaders and is intended to provide experiential experience with the roles and responsibilities of a school superintendent. Embedded in the course are the internship requirements for Minnesota state administrative licensure for superintendent.

Prerequisites: none

The intent of the Portfolio Review is to provide the student with a focused opportunity to construct and present a professional portfolio that will ultimately lead to Superintendent licensure. Students will document and present evidence of mastery of required competencies.

Prerequisites: none

The process by which candidates for school administration licensure document and present mastery level evidence of required competencies.

Prerequisites: none