Master of Science in Educational Administration (Principal)

The principal is the person responsible for all the activities that occur in and around the school building. It is the principal’s leadership that sets the tone of the school, the climate for learning, the level of professionalism and morale of teachers, and the degree of concern for what students may or may not become. Completing the building leadership degree program will enable school leaders to demonstrate competency in the standards as developed by the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC).

Required Courses:

AEP 800 Utilization of Technology in Classrooms 3 hours
AEP 803  Education Research 3 hours
EDL 850  School Law 3 hours
EDL 851  Supervision and Evaluation of Personnel 3 hours
EDL 852  Introduction to School Administration 3 hours
EDL 853  Special Education for School Leaders 3 hours
EDL 854  Educational Finance 3 hours
AEP 855  Educational Leadership 3 hours
EDL 856  School and Community Relations 3 hours
AEP 859  Curriculum Planning & Evaluation PK-12 3 hours
AEP 858  Data Analysis and Assessment  3 hours
AEP 880  Cultural Diversity 3 hours
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE   36 hours



Program Overview

Contact Information

 
Regi Wieland
Fort Hays State University
223B Rarick Hall
600 Park Street
Hays, KS  67601-4099
Phone:  785-628-5849
Email: rwieland@fhsu.edu 
Web: Advanced Education Programs

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