MA in Administration and Supervision for Changing Populations

Education Department

Degrees offered

Master's

Campuses

Main Campus
Southern Maryland Higher Education Center (SMHEC)

Summary

This Master of Arts in Administration and Supervision for Changing Populations helps transform classroom teachers into school administration leaders. In this Program of Study, students will further develop the ability to communicate, plan for, and manage change in today’s dynamic, multicultural educational environment. Upon completion of the Program, 18 credits may apply toward the Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership for Changing Populations.

Curriculum (36 Credits)

          EDU-543 Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Educational Research (3)
          EDU-557 Leadership Seminar I (3)
          EDU-560 Legal Issues for Teachers and Administrators (3)
          EDU-563 Curriculum Development (3)
          EDU-567 Learning Theory and Practice (3)
          EDU-569 Supervision: Empowering Teachers (3)
          EDU-665 Digital Game-Based Learning and Design (3)  
                      OR EDU-617 Educational Leadership and Technology: Preparing School Administrators for Digital Age
          EDU-674 Global and International Perspectives in Education (3)
          EDU-688 Practicum: School Administration and Supervision I (3)
          EDU-690 Practicum: School Administration and Supervision II (3)
          EDU-697 Language and Intercultural Communication for Changing Populations (3)
          EDU-698 Linguistic and Cultural Diversity (3)