For full a description of all the ELSIT’s MA Degree programs, please see the University Bulletin.
Master of Arts Degrees
Credential & Certificate Programs
Credential holders may complete this program to become authorized as a superintendent, deputy superintendent, principal, assistant principal, supervisor, consultant, coordinator, or in other equivalent or intermediate level positions.
Students who have been offered administrative positions, meet the requirements for the five-year Preliminary Administrative Services Credential, and who need the Administrative Internship Credential are eligible to apply for the internship program. Entry into this program requires a request from the district office to the chair of the Department of Equity, Leadership Studies, and Instructional Technologies.
The Preliminary Administrative Services Credential Program
Courses are 3 units unless otherwise indicated. On-line course descriptions are available.
|EDAD 713||Administrative Processes||3|
|EDAD 714||Practicum--Site Administration||3|
|EDAD 723||School Administration||3|
|EDAD 733||Curricular Leadership for Multicultural Education||3|
|EDAD 743||Educational Planning, Technology, and Evaluation||3|
|EDAD 753||Human Resource Administration in Education||3|
|EDAD 763||Law and Education||3|
|EDAD 774||Change Processes and Education||3|
|EDAD 784||Special Education Administration||3|
|ISED 797||Seminar: Educational Research||3|
|EDAD 892||Internship--Site Administration||3|
|Minimum total for Concentration in Educational Administration: 33|
Note: Although Internship Preliminary Administrative Services Credential Program Students requirements are the same as the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential with the following option – with prior approval by the internship faculty advisor EDAD 822 may be substituted for EDAD 733; EDAD 823 may be substituted for EDAD 743; and EDAD 824 may be substituted for EDAD 753 for internship students only (all three of these replacement course are 3 unit courses).
Students develop and update skills and knowledge in Instructional Training Design and Development in order to advance to new positions in corporate, education, or public agency training departments.