Ed.S. Educational Leadership: Building Administrator
This degree may be earned through online or through face-to-face classes. It is designed for educational professionals who have a master's degree and are seeking a leadership role as a Building Administrator. Emphasis is on the administrator as an instructional leader as well as a servant leader. Ethical decision making, creative problem solving, and professional growth are other areas of emphasis.
This program leads to an Education Specialist degree with an endorsement on an Idaho Administrator Certificate as a Building Administrator. Individuals should check for specific requirements for certification in other states.
Each student completes a nine-month internship in a school setting under the supervision of a qualified building principal. The internship assignment must be approved by the school district and the NNU program director.
- The program utilizes a cohort model which allows students to plan their schedules ahead of time and allows them to continue working full-time in their position while completing the program.
- Both online and on-campus cohorts are available.
- With transfer credits, students can complete the program in 16 months, which includes the internship.
New cohorts begin in fall of each year. A student who joins an active cohort is placed in the one that corresponds to the student's expected graduation date.
EDUC 7518 Action Research for Educators (3)
EDUC 7531 Statistical Applications for Education (2)
EDUC 7533 Curriculum & Assessment (3)
EDUC 7545 Classroom Behavior Mangmt Mainstream Classroom (3)
EDUC 7575 Legal/Financial Issues in Education (3)
EDUC 7579 Special Ed law for Administrators (2)
EDUC 7581 Instructional Supervision/Leadership (3)
EDUC 7585 Adm Human Resources (3)
EDUC 7596III Internship/Principalship (7)
EDUC 7598C Seminar: Action Research (1)
EDUC 8677 Intro to Quantitative & Qualitative Research (3)
*EDUC 7570 Oregon Law & Finance – Optional; to certify in Oregon (2)
Total Credits 33