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Instructional Leadership, Advanced Certificate

Administrative and Instructional Leadership


The advanced degree programs in instructional leadership have been designed to provide students with an intellectual environment that enables them to take leadership positions in the areas of curriculum, learning and instruction. Students are expected not only to reflect upon and improve their own professional practices but also to develop leadership in facilitating the growth and development of other educators.

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Please view the School of Education Graduate Admission Application Requirements for detailed admission information. 


Download the program planning sheet (Word).

  • EDU 7004   Essential Readings in Curriculum from the 20th  Century
  • EDU 7410   Identification of the Gifted and Talented
  • EDU 7579   Observational Analysis for Teachers
  • EDU 7665   Leadership in Technology I
  • EDU 7708   Trends and Techniques in the Evaluation of Programs
  • EDU 5301   Leadership Values, Decision Making & Multicultural Org.
  • EDU 5471   Leadership in Instructional Supervision
  • EDU 5551   Organization & Administrative Leadership in Higher Education
  • EDU 5552 Issues and Problems in the Administration of Higher Education
  • EDU 5632   Organization & Administration of Elem.& Sec. School Curricula
  • EDU 5650   School Based Data Analysis
  • EDU 5701   Curriculum and Teaching: Theories into Practice
  • EDU 7411   Introduction to Designing Programs, Curriculum & Materials for the G & T
  • EDU 7412   Teaching Creative Thinking & Problem Solving to G & T Students
  • EDU 7413   Professional Collaboration and Leadership in Gifted Education
  • EDU 7662   Issues in Educational Computing
  • EDU 7669   Leadership in Technology II
  • EDU 7715   Issues in Curriculum: Theory and Development

Students interested in certification must enroll in the appropriate program.
See advisor for details.  Transfer credits may be accepted.

Program Contact

Dr. Barbara Cozza

Chair and Professor

Sullivan Hall Room 512
[email protected]