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K-12 Education Administration with Athletic Administration M.Ed.

 

The Education Administration with Athletic Administration emphasis combines existing coursework and current programs in Educational Administration and Athletic Administration. This emphasis will provide school districts, which typically hire assistant principals and assign them athletic administrator responsibilities, with principals that are well-qualified to assume athletic administrator duties. This emphasis will provide education specifically designed to address the needs of current and future athletic administrators at the secondary level. Candidates can select from existing course options in Educational Administration and Athletic Administration.

 

Educational Leadership, K-12 Education Administration with Athletic Administration, M.Ed.

Preparing professional educators for leadership and administration in schools and higher education

 

Career Opportunities:

Public School Principal - A.D.
Private School Principal
School Capacity Building
Charter School Principal
Textbook Consultant
Education Policy Consultant
Alternative School Principal   

 

ISU Catalog, M.Ed. Ed Lead-Ed Admin-Athletic Ad

 

Program and Admission Requirements

 

Admissions requirements and procedures are detailed on:

The Graduate School graduate catalog

 

ADMISSIONS INFORMATION:

  • Meet the ISU Graduate School admission requirements
  • Hold a Bachelor's degree in education or a related field from a regionally accredited institution
  • Have a minimum of 3.0 GPA in upper division undergraduate coursework
  • Have at least one year of K-12 teaching experience or equivalent documented experience
  • Submit a letter of interest, stating why the applicant is interested in the M.Ed. in Educational Administration
  • Submit a current resume, including names of and contact information for at least 2 professional references

 

 THIS M.ED. REQUIRES A MINIMUM OF 31 CREDITS:

  • Core Professional Studies Courses (9 credits)
  • Administrative Concentration (18 credits)
  • Field Experience: Internship (3 credits) + Case Analysis (1 credit)
  • Athletic Administration Emphasis Coursework (9 credits)
  • Athletic Administration Internship (2 credits)

 

Graduate Core Requirements (9 credits)

PE 6640 Research & Writing (3cr.) or *EDUC 6601 Research & Writing (3 cr.)

PE 6615 Philosophy of Athletics (3cr.) or *EDUC 6602 – Theories of Learning

*EDUC 6610 – Applied Educational Statistics (3 cr.)

*These EDUC courses are offered every semester

 

Administrative Concentration (18 credits)

PE 6605: Leadership in Administration (3 cr.) or EDLA 6608: Organizational Leadership & Education Administration (Summer term)

EDLA 6609: Principalship (3 cr.)  (Fall term)

EDLA 6612: School Law, Governance, & Ethics (3 cr.) (Fall term)

EDLA 6614: Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment (3 cr.) (Spring term)

EDLA 6615: Supervision of Instruction (3 cr.) (Spring term)

EDLA 6642: School Communications & Public Relations (3 cr.) (Summer term)

 

Field Experience Requirements (3 credits)

EDLA 6657 Internship (*3 cr.) – 180 hours

Requires completion of two of these three courses to register for internship

  •  EDLA 6608 or PE 6605; EDLA 6612 or EDLA 6615

*Requires 3 credit initial enrollment and then 1 credit of continuous enrollment each semester until all of the internship requirements are met.


Capstone Experience (1 credit)

EDLA 6651: Case Study (1 credit)

*Must be completed in the last semester of the program

                                                                                                                                 

Athletic Administration Emphasis (11 credits)

PE 6635: Management of Athletics (3 cr.)

PE 6631: Athletics and the Law (3 cr.)

PE 6625: Advanced Sports Marketing (3 cr.)

PE 6655: Internship (2 cr.) – 90 hours

 

For additional information, contact the Department of School Psychology and Educational Leadership at: facelund@isu.edu or call 208-282-2974.

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