The educational leadership master’s program non-licensure track in independent school administration is designed for students who are seeking training and preparation for administrative roles in independent schools. This program is for those who desire to be a leader in educational settings, establishing schools, extending their studies in education, and/ or working in independent school settings. This program is not designed to provide requirements for educator or administrative licensure through the Mississippi Department of Education.
- General Requirements for acceptance to Mississippi College graduate school must be met.
- Submit a letter of intent or purpose stating why you are seeking this degree and how you intend to use it.
- Submit a resume of education and work history.
- Have a method for obtaining a background check (needed for field studies in schools).
EDU 6516 Principles of Educational Leadership 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6518 Personal/Interpersonal Dimension of Leadership 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6543 Technology and Curriculum Development 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6544 Organizational Finance 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6546 Practicum in Independent School Administration, Leadership, and Research I 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6547 Practicum in Independent School Administration, Leadership, and Research II 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6552 Seminar in School Relationships 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6557 History of Independent Schools 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6580 School Law and Governance 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6581 Tests, Measurements, and Mastery 3 sem. hrs.
EDU 6582 Special Topics in Independent School Administration 3 sem. hrs.
TOTAL: 33 SEM. HRS.