Educational Leadership, MSEd
Master of Science in Education
As a teacher, you have gained valuable insights that have given you a unique understanding of the challenges students and schools face. Build upon your classroom experiences to develop innovative solutions that will build stronger organizations that serve students, teachers, and staff more effectively.
The IU Online MSEd in Educational Leadership prepares you to take on leadership roles in your school, district, or other educational organization. It also prepares you for licensing as a building-level administrator, superintendent, or director of exceptional needs.
The curriculum was developed in partnership with schools and districts to address the specific challenges the next generation of education leaders will face. You explore school/community relations, teacher development and evaluation, legal perspectives on education, K-12 principalship, data-informed decision making, and public school budgeting and accounting.
Your IU Online MSEd in Educational Leadership prepares you for such careers as:
- Assistant principal
- District administrator
- Instructional coordinator
- Director or supervisor
- Dean of students
- College provost
- University registrar
- Educational consultant
- Curriculum developer
To graduate with the MSEd in Educational Leadership, you must complete 36 credit hours.
Requirements are broken down as follows:
- Educational leadership core courses (27 credit hours)
- Educational leadership strand course (9 credit hours)