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Master of Education - Higher Education Leadership

Northcentral University

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Description

With the influx of individuals flooding colleges and universities around the world, there is a growing needed for individuals who are skilled and experienced at taking on leadership roles within intuitions of higher education. For this reason, Northcentral University has created their online Master of Education - Higher Education Leadership degree program.

This fully online degree in higher education is an ideal option for those who want to combine a strong understanding of current theory and practice in education and/or organizational leadership with their career in focus.

As a student in this online higher education leadership program, individuals will develop their leadership skills through a variety of higher education leadership courses that focus on a variety of topics, such as:

  • Teaching Diverse Learners
  • Leading and Developing Human Capital
  • Leadership in Educational Organizations
  • School Finance
  • School Organization
  • School Safety
  • Instructional Supervision and Leadership
  • Educational Policies and Practices
  • Education for Social Change
  • Policy and Politics in the Administration of Education
  • School-Based Leadership
  • School Community Relations
  • Supervision of Curriculum

This online higher education leadership program is ideal for those who may wish to pursue a faculty position by continuing their studies at the doctoral level. Coursework may be tailored to complement interests and professional aspirations within the higher education environment.

Bachelor's degree, or equivalent, from an accredited or approved institution. The equivalent to a Bachelor's degree is 120 semester credits of college level coursework, including a minimum of English composition I and II and a college-level math course.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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