Masters of Education: School Administration – On Campus

$0.00 / month

Program Price: $14,040*

Location:
Touro Campus
Program Date:
November 5, 2019 – August 2021
Schedule:
Tuesday & Thursday ; Time 5-8PM
College:
Touro Campus
874 American Pacific Dr.
Henderson, NV 89014
Complete the CTE application to receive priority applicant status and secure your seat in the program. It’s easy and takes just a few minutes. Click the SIGN UP NOW button below to start your registration process.

Description

Masters of Education: School Administration

You will strengthen your skills as a socially-conscious, service-oriented, and transformative educational leader through the Master’s in Education in School Administration cohort-based program. You will experience strategic practitioner-oriented activities focused on shared leadership, community engagement, culturally-relevant praxis, and participatory action research methodologies.
Classes for this program are held on the Touro Nevada campus. Engaging with our active and talented network of faculty at Touro Nevada will prepare you to lead and transform schools

Complete the CTE application to receive priority applicant status and secure your seat in the program. It’s easy and takes just a few minutes. Click the SIGN UP NOW button above to start your registration process.
• Your tuition costs will be paid directly to Touro University with Financial Aid. Financial aid is available with the university for those who qualify.
*All fees are included in the program cost except a $75 TUN nonrefundable application fee. The university has the discretion to increase tuition annually.

Questions: Call CTE at 702-697-0006 opt. 5 or Email contactus@ctenow.com


Program Date: November 4, 2019 – October 2021


Touro University Nevada

Touro University Nevada is a private Jewish institution that maintains a School of Education that is regionally accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and all licensure programs are approved by the Nevada State Department of Education.

Why Touro University Nevada (TUN) is the right choice for your Professional Growth Plan (PGP)?

• TUN is an approved Institution of Higher Education by the Nevada Department of Education (NV DOE) to be a teacher preparation program provider.

• 1 credit earned at TUN equates to 8 CUs. Thus, a 3-credit course = 24 Contact Units (CUs). A minimum of 225 CUs is needed for column movement.

• Non-approved Institutions of Higher Education earn 5 CUs per 1 semester credit. Therefore, a 3-credit course (non-approved) = 15 CUs

• Completion of this 36-graduate credit Masters program = 288 CUs

Requirements Overview

• Baccalaureate degree or higher

• Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher

• Demonstrate two years of teaching experience

• Hold a valid state teaching license


EDUV 611 – Leadership for the 21st Century School Leader – Theory and Practice (3 credits)
Course Date: November 5 – December 24

This course examines what it means to be a leader, including exposing students to research topics with a focus on a major leadership styles, philosophies, and the characteristics of leadership behaviors. Students are also exposed to the leadership foundations provided through the ISLLC and NEPF standards. Ultimately, candidates will begin to understand and develop their own leadership style and philosophy, using it to explore implications for effective leadership.
 

EDUV 612 – Curriculum Development & Implementation for the School Leader (3 credits)
Course Date: January 7, 2020 – February 18

This course prepares students to become effective instructional leaders in the evaluation of school-wide curricular programs to promote continuous school improvement. Students will examine processes for planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs and curriculum, as well as explore a variety of related topics: long-range planning for curriculum development; instructional strategies and learning environments that integrate appropriate technologies; social-conscious culturally responsive strategies; classroom organization and practices; and formative assessment. Data-driven analysis is emphasized throughout.
 

EDUV 613 – Personnel Functions of School Leaders (3 credits)
Course Date: March 3 – April 30

This course will examine contemporary models for effective personnel administration, including exploring critical issues facing school principals such as the challenge of attracting and retaining a quality work force, managing and allocating resources, creating community partnerships, and meeting the various union, district, state, and federal policies and laws as related to personnel management.
 

EDUV 615 – Supervision of Instruction (3 credits)
Course Date: May 5 – June 23

This course prepares students to become effective socially-conscious, visionary, and transformative instructional leaders who are able to positively enrich teaching and learning outcomes. It promotes topics such as culturally relevant praxis, coaching techniques, collaborative learning/ decision-making, creating safe/supportive professional learning culture and reflective practice.
 

EDUV 610 – Research Issues in Education (3 credits)
Course Date: July – August (Exact Dates TBA)

Two separate courses will emphasize a broad array of equity-based issues confronting schools and school leaders, and incorporate inquiry based research models in helping students develop the capacity to apply research, theory, and action in solving practical educational problems. Students will develop an action-based research capstone project culminating in a review of the literature, thesis project development, the submission of the thesis proposal an action-based research project and presentation, and the writing and panel review of the thesis.
 

EDUV 692 – Internships in Schools Administration I (3 credits)
Course Date: July – October (Exact Dates TBA)

The field experience practicum provides extensive, hands-on, opportunities for students to practically apply and reflect on his/her practice through the lens of the theories previously learned in courses. Each student will craft a learning goal and leadership action plan that will culminate in a project that demonstrates mastery of multiple topics studied in the program. The practicum experience provides the student with growth and development opportunities in a camp setting with mentoring from a qualified camp professional. Upon completion of the practicum students develop a digital portfolio to illustrate competence in his/her professional role as an emerging school leader.
 

EDUV 620 – Administration and Supervision of Special Education and Compensatory Programs (3 credits)
Course Date: November – December

Students become acquainted with the need to lead comprehensive long-range planning in student support services for all students, but with a particular focus on diverse learners, including students with disabilities, English Learners, the Gifted and Talented, and students needing academic intervention services. Emphasis will be placed on the development of preventative, accelerated pre-referral interventions to address student needs in the general education setting. Students will also be acquainted with the laws and regulations governing support services for special education, services to EL learners, and reimbursable programs.
 

EDUV 616 – Managerial and Financial Functions of a School District/Building Leader (3 credits)
Course Date: January 2021 – February

Students are acquainted with the need to lead comprehensive long-range planning and development to support instruction, and to create a safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment. Emphasis is placed on current practices in school/district budget development and management of facilities to support achievement of educational goals and objectives.
 

EDUV 617 – Educational Law and Ethics of School Leaders (3 credits)
Course Date: March – April

This course will address the application of laws, policies, statutes and regulations governing and relating to PreK-12 education both locally, and in the U.S. more broadly. Students discuss constitutional principles, legislation, and case law that enable, restrict, or challenge the functioning of school districts and school building leaders. Topics include but are not limited to due process, discipline, freedom of speech, school safety, discrimination, religion in schools, and rights of students with disabilities.
 

EDUV 628 – Communicating, Collaborating, Partnering, and Community Building for School Leaders (3 credits)
Course Date: May – June

This course emphasizes the critical role of the leader in creating and sustaining a positive school culture and shared vision, and prepares candidates to become effective building-level leaders in the development of professional capacity. Candidates will also investigate and apply effective strategies to involve and engage families and communities, as well as learn how to develop educational partnerships and collaborative professional learning networks.
 

EDUV 691 – Essentials of Measurement Research Project (3 credits)
Course Date: July – August

This course emphasizes the critical role of the leader in creating and sustaining a positive school culture and shared vision, and prepares candidates to become effective building-level leaders in the development of professional capacity. Candidates will also investigate and apply effective strategies to involve and engage families and communities, as well as learn how to develop educational partnerships and collaborative professional learning networks.
 

EDUV 693 – Internships in Schools Administration II (3 credits)
Course Date: July – August 2021

The field experience practicum provides extensive, hands-on, opportunities for students to practically apply and reflect on his/her practice through the lens of the theories previously learned in courses. Each student will craft a learning goal and leadership action plan that will culminate in a project that demonstrates mastery of multiple topics studied in the program. The practicum experience provides the student with growth and development opportunities in a camp setting with mentoring from a qualified camp professional. Upon completion of the practicum students develop a digital portfolio to illustrate competence in his/her professional role as an emerging school leader.

*Conferral date: September 10, 2021