Educational Leadership

Educational Leadership

The Department of Educational Leadership aims to prepare reflective, caring, and highly skilled educational practitioners to lead urban schools in their chosen professions, to expand educational theory and practice in urban settings through research, and to work in partnership with constituents to effect change in educational practice in urban schools. Throughout the program, leadership candidates are required to demonstrate competency in their patience and perspective, to exercise judgment and wisdom, to develop their technical, analytical and communication skills, and to exhibit sensitivity to other cultures.

The Educational Leadership program is a predominantly online program offering courses in online and blended formats during each term including summer sessions. Blended course will periodically meet in-class throughout the term, while most interaction will be conducted online.

Candidates have two options in Educational Leadership:

Click HERE for the Educational Leadership Student Handbook.

Graduate Education Career Information Session

November 28, 2017, 5-6:00pm
Location: Online

Have you thought about becoming a teacher? Learn more about benefits and opportunities of careers in education field. Dr. Adele Macula, a former public school teacher/administrator and current faculty member in the Department of Educational Leadership, will be presenting.



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Faculty and Office Hours

Professional Studies Building, Suite 329
(201) 200-2400

Marilyn Maye, Interim Chair
(201) 200-2475

Michele Rhodes, Administrative Assistant


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