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EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (EDL )

Contact Information:

Educational Leadership Program
The University of Arizona
Education Building, 218
PO Box 210069
Tucson, AZ 85721-0069
Phone: (520) 621-6658
Fax: (520) 626-6005
Email: edlprog@email.arizona.edu
Web: External Link Program Homepage

General Information:

EDL  Course Descriptions

Faculty Members

The Educational Leadership Program is in the Department of Educational Leadership and Higher Education, which is in the College of Education.

Degrees, Majors, Minors and Options:

Graduate Degrees -- consult the Graduate Catalog or the program office for details.

  • Educational Specialist (Ed.S.)
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Majors and Degrees

  • Educational Leadership (Ed.S., Ed.D.)

Students seeking institutional recommendation for Arizona administrative certification should major in educational leadership. 

An undergraduate grade-point average of at least 3.00 is required for admission to full standing in a graduate degree program.  However, applicants with undergraduate grade-point averages of 2.50 to 2.99 may be admitted on a provisional basis. Standardized test scores also are required (e.g., GRE, Millers Analogies).  Beyond these minimal requirements, applicants must also meet the specific requirements for all majors offered in the department.  The meeting of standards does not guarantee admission.

Concentrations are available within graduate majors offered in the department. The major in higher education is offered through the Center for the Study of Higher Education, with concentrations in academic administration, student personnel services administration, finance and business affairs administration, community college administration, curriculum and instruction, higher education policy making, and institutional research and planning.

The department also offers certification in educational administration. Students seeking institutional recommendation for Arizona administrative certification should major in educational leadership. In the Center for the Study of Higher Education, master's degree programs may be designed to meet the requirements for the Arizona Community College Teaching Certificate (Type A1a) or for entry-level administrative service in institutions of higher education.

An undergraduate grade-point average of at least 3.00 is required for admission to full standing in a graduate degree program. However, applicants with undergraduate grade-point averages of 2.50 to 2.99 may be admitted on a provisional basis. Standardized test scores also are required (e.g., GRE, Millers Analogies). Beyond these minimal requirements, applicants must also meet the specific requirements for all majors offered in the department. The meeting of standards does not guarantee admission.

For more information contact the program office listed above.

 

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