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  Nov 24, 2020
 
GRADUATE CATALOG 2020-2021 
    
GRADUATE CATALOG 2020-2021

Curriculum and Instruction (C&I), Ed.S. Educational Leadership, C & I Track - 41 sem. hrs. (availiable in traditional and online formats)


The purpose of the Ed.S. Track in Curriculum & Instruction is to provide educators with the skills and knowledge to improve their teaching effectiveness and enhance student achievement. Through this program candidates learn research-based strategies and best practices for developing effective instructional programs and managing safe, supportive learning environments. The Ed.S. Track. in Curriculum and Instruction program provides educators with a thorough background of current scientific research and pedagogy. Throughout the program candidates will learn how to apply evidence-based instruction, assessments, national and state standards, and comprehensive accountability measures to help transform classrooms.

EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP, CURRUICULUM AND INSTRUCTION K-12 TRACK

ADMISSION, MAINTENANCE AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

  • All general requirements for admission to the Graduate School at Mississippi College must be met initially.
  • Requirements for admission to the Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S.) must be met:
  • Candidates applying for the Educational Specialist Degree in Elementary Education must have a Class AA License in elementary education. For those seeking the Ed.S. Degree in Ed. Leadership, the Class AA License must be in an area of professional education.
  • Candidates must have a 3.25 GPA on all prior graduate work.
  • Candidates must supply three letters of recommendation from administrators familiar with the applicant’s character, scholarship, and potential for successful completion of the program. (One recommendation must come from the candidate’s current administrator.)
  • Candidates must provide proof of three years of prior teaching experience in their licensed area, in an accredited school.
  • After 12 hours of coursework, candidates must have and maintain a 3.25 GPA on all work in the Ed.S. Program.
  • Candidates must write and defend a research-based project completed during the Ed.S. Program at MS College. Candidates must have a 3.25 GPA, in order to defend their research-based project, before graduation requirements can be considered completed.
  • All work for the degree must be worked-on and completed according to the cohort schedule.
  • See Graduate Catalog for complete information regarding university requirements and the Graduate Programs.