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Education Administration

Delivery Method: Evening

Qualifications: 1. Bachelor degree from a regionally accredited college or university; 2. Undergraduate grade point average of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale; 3. Copy of teaching certificate; 4. Copy of Missouri Educator Profile Results; 5. Complete the student achievement form outlining your accomplishments as they relate to student achievement and signed by you and your direct supervisor. https://www.williamwoods.edu/academics/graduate/docs/achievement_form.pdf ADMISSION PROCEDURES No candidate will be considered for admission until the following are submitted and assessment is completed. 1. Graduate Application https://williamwoods.secure.force.com/form?formid=217780 2. Official transcripts showing Bachelor degree. Only transcripts received in a sealed envelope directly from the sending school will be considered official . 3. Copy of teaching certificate. 4. Copy of Missouri Educator Profile Results. 5. Student achievement form. Documents should be submitted to: Mail Graduate College William Woods University One University Ave. Fulton, MO 65251 Or Email Graduateadmissions@williamwoods.edu Fax 573.592.1164

Course List - Total Hours: 27.00


Course # Course Title Hours
EDU 500 Current Issues InTeaching /Learning 3.00
EDU 520 Research Design 3.00
EDU 525 Foundations of Educational Administration 3.00
EDU 557 Field Experience I 1.00
EDU 570 Supervision 3.00
EDU 580 Educational Technology 3.00
EDU 585 Schools & Law 3.00
EDU 590 Appraisal Of Student Learning 3.00
EDU 597 Field Experience II, Portfolio, School Improvement 3.00

Graduate Catalog

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