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Instructional Leadership


MED in Instructional Leadership (Higher Education/Student Affairs Specialization)
The MED in Instructional Leadership (Higher Education/Student Affairs Specialization) prepares young professionals for careers as leaders in higher education, student affairs, religious and private education, and other education related fields. The program provides opportunities for skill-development, collaboration, and community building and provides a unique look into education leadership through internship and practical coursework taught by current leaders in the field of education.

MEd in Instructional Leadership

The MEd in Instructional Leadership prepares potential school leaders for Utah’s Schools by providing training based on the Utah Education Leadership (UEL) standards of the Utah State Board of Education (USBE), and the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC).

The Program combines coursework in leadership and management with specific training in curriculum and instruction to meet the demands placed on today’s education leaders. The program includes a focus on assessment at both the school and classroom levels and the effective use data to drive decisions in schools.

The program requires internship experiences based on current USBE policies and includes clinical experiences to connect the learning activities in coursework with the day-to-day needs of modern school settings.

Administrative/Supervisory Concentration (School Leader License)
The Administrative/Supervisory Concentration is designed for school personnel who already hold a Master’s Degree in an education discipline. It prepares potential school leaders for Utah’s Schools by providing training based on the Utah Education Leadership (UEL) standards of the Utah State Board of Education (USBE), and the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC).

The Program combines coursework in leadership and management with specific training in curriculum and instruction to meet the demands placed on today’s education leaders. The program includes a focus on assessment at both the school and classroom levels and the effective use of data to drive decisions in schools.

The program requires internship experiences based on current USBE policies and includes clinical experiences to connect the learning activities in coursework with the day-to-day needs of modern school settings.