Rhode Island College

2015-2016 Catalog


Educational Leadership

 
Department of Counseling, Educational Leadership, and School Psychology

Department Chair: Kalina Brabeck

Educational Leadership Graduate Program Director: Andrew Snyder

Educational Leadership Program Faculty: Associate Professor SnyderAssistant Professor Kunkel;  

 

M. ED. IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

All students in the LEAD Program take 19 credits of core courses, plus one of three concentrations: Instructional Leadership (IL), Building Level Leadership (BL), or Special Education Administration (SE). The IL and BL concentrations are 12 credits each, and the SE concentration is 14 credits.


Instructional Leader (IL) Concentration:

Successful completion of this program concentration leads to a master’s degree following the guidelines for certification as an instructional leader in the State of Rhode Island.


Building Level Leader (BL) Concentration:

Successful completion of this program concentration leads to a master’s degree and certification as a building level leader (principal) in the State of Rhode Island.

 

Special Education Administration (SE) Concentration:

Successful completion of this program concentration leads to a master’s degree and eligibility for certification (pending RIDE approval, anticipated start date Fall 2016) as an Administrator of Special Education in the State of Rhode Island.