Langston University and CaseNEX:
Online Master's Degree in Educational Leadership
- 36-hour program with flexible scheduling.
- Case study-based curriculum grounded in nearly 20 years of research.
- Multimedia content can be downloaded to your Apple iPod or Microsoft Zune.
- Tuition is $750 per course.
Applicants may seek admission to the program year-round. The application deadlines and course session start dates for 2011 are listed below:
|passed||November 17, 2010 - January 22, 2011|
|January 26, 2011||February 9, 2011 - April 16, 2011|
|April 6, 2011||April 20, 2011 - June 18, 2011|
The following is a summary of course requirements for the Online M.Ed. in Educational Administration:
A total of 36 credits must be completed for the Master's Degree. In addition, students must complete the written comprehensive exam. The list of course requirements is below. All courses are three graduate credits.
Common Core Courses: 12 Hours
All Core Courses Are Required (12 Hours)
EDU 5003 Educational Research and Evaluation (3)
EDU 5023 Theory and Application of Tests and Measurements (3)
EDU 5033 Foundation of Educational Psychology (3)
EDU 5043 Educational Sociology (3)
Educational Leadership Courses: 24 Hours Including the Practicum
All of the Following Courses Required (21 Hours)
EDL 5133 School Administration (3)*
EDL 5143 School Finance (3)
EDL 5153 School Law (3)
EDL 5163 School Personnel (3)
EDL 5183 Curriculum Design and Supervision (3)
EDL 5193 Clinical Supervision (3)
UED 5283 Practicum (3)
*Take School Administration during first session in program.
ONE of the Following Required (3 Hours)
EDL 5123 School and Community Relations (3); OR
EDL 5173 Group Dynamics (3)
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- For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866.817.0726.
- For financial aid information, contact:
Carmen D. Butler
- Langston University Frequently Asked Questions
Founded at the University of Virginia's Curry School of Education, CaseNEX supports educators through an online, case-based approach. Multimedia cases, or "slices of life," form a realistic connection between professional learning and the complex school environment. The CaseNEX problem-solving model is engaging, collaborative, and effective. Our school district and university partners across the country integrate the CaseNEX learning model and access our library of case studies to enhance, enliven, and extend their existing programs. Teachers join our collaborative online learning cohorts to satisfy professional development requirements, earn graduate credits, and complete Master's Degree programs!