Online Master of Science in Educational Leadership aims to prepare bold, socially responsible leaders

  • October 13, 2010 3:33pm

The mission of the Master of Science in Educational Leadership is to prepare bold, socially responsible leaders to inspire, encourage, and impact the world of schooling. Through this fully online master’s degree program, students not only acquire an understanding of educational leadership pedagogy but will also gain the organizational management skills necessary to deal with larger leadership challenges. In addition, there is an option for qualified applicants to earn a preliminary California Administrative Services Credential.

This 18-month program is cohort-based allowing students to build powerful and long lasting professional friendships with other educational leaders from California and around the world. This learning community of committed educators is a wonderful source of support and encouragement for students as they progress through their degree program.

Apply today! Winter registration is open through October 29.

For more information about qualifications, program objectives, and program highlights visit: or contact Program Facilitator and Recruiter Nancy Jordan at 707-363-3035 or


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