The Master of School Administration program emphasizes leadership ability and problem-solving, ability through further development of the educator's:
By studying national and state standards, M.S.A. students will demonstrate proficiency in the knowledge, dispositions, and performance necessary to become successful school administrators.
M.S.A. students will develop competency in:
- Collaborative decision-making,
- Management and supervision,
- School law,
- School finance,
- Educational technology,
- Special education,
- Student growth and development,
- School safety.
M.S.A. students will learn to value:
- Collaborative leadership;
- Professional ethics;
- Individual differences;
- Reflective practice
Candidates for M.S.A. or licensure as a school executive complete required coursework and seven semester hours of internship experiences during which a portfolio of seven electronic evidences and cover sheets are completed, attend eight seminars, pass a comprehensive examination and evaluate the M.S.A. program of study. Candidates participate in hands-on, practical administrative experiences based upon best practices, research and required competencies.
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