M.A. in Educational Leadership

Schools today need 21st-century leaders who are knowledgeable, reflective, and have the ability to work with a diverse array of constituents. They need administrative leaders who can promote the success of their students and ensure a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment.

With this program, you'll be prepared for the role of assistant principal, principal, director, assistant superintendent, or superintendent, as well as positions in fields including teacher leadership, higher education, and nonprofit administration.


Quick Facts

Program Units
30
Average Duration
12 months
Flexibility
Hybrid (60% on campus, 40% online) with a part-time course load
Course Availability
Weekend format (Friday evening, Saturday during the day). Four weekends per 11-week term.
Locations
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Oxnard
  • Santa Maria
  • Woodland Hills
2017-18 Cost

$730 per credit

$21,900 base cost

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Open House

Open House Reception

Join us for an open house reception to learn more about our programs and get answers to your individual questions in an informal setting. Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 6-8pm at Fleming's in Woodland Hills.  This event is open to all prospective and newly admitted Graduate School of Education students.

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Accelerated Format

As a working professional, you need flexibility to meet your higher education goals.

Our educational leadership program features an accelerated format: four 11-week terms with the potential to graduate in a rapid 12 months.

Program entry begins during the summer, with graduation in 12 months, just in time for the "hiring season."

Best of all, you’ll find that tuition is surprisingly affordable compared to other institutions.

More Program Highlights

Featured Course

EDLD 580 - Organizational Transformation: Leading for Learning

A focus on school culture and its implications for student achievement. Candidates learn formative approaches to supervision practices that increase student achievement as well as how to evaluate instruction for school improvement. 

Current practices such as Response to Intervention (RTI) and Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) are studied.

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At completion of my 12-month M.A. in Educational Leadership, the benefits came instantaneously. I was given more responsibility, a pay raise and training to inspire my students to change the world.

Jennifer Perez

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