Education, MSEd – Leadership

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Education, MSEd – Leadership

Program Overview

Keiser University’s Master of Science in Education, Leadership (MSEd) prepares educators to become educational institution leaders and administrators.  The program fosters independent learning and students gain skills and insight to contribute to the education profession through leadership and scholarship. Students complete a foundation of courses in areas such as diversity, curriculum design, ethics, decision-making and instructional technology. Studies include professional practices in all aspects involving administrative roles. Graduates are able to demonstrate knowledge and application of theory and to critically analyze and solve education-related issues and problems based on applied research methods.

Program Objectives

This program prepares students for multiple roles in education administration. Students develop critical thinking, research, scholarly writing and technology skills and gain competencies to be able to direct educational operations including personnel selection and development, finance, safety, and data-driven decision making. Students learn professional practices in areas such as ethics, diversity, legal issues, and communication with all education stakeholders, and are prepared for leadership roles in education.

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