Master of Science in Education (MSEd) in Educational Studies with a concentration in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
This hybrid program is for K-12 teachers interested in school administration. The Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) degree is coordinated with the requirements for the Indiana Building Level Administrator license. Students complete 21 credits of licensure coursework across three consecutive semesters and then take nine additional credits in research methodology and electives to earn the master’s degree. Additional criteria, beyond taking coursework is required for Indiana licensure. A Transcript Evaluation Credential Review (TECR) by Purdue’s Office of Teacher Education and Licensure is required for admission and outlines the additional requirements. The program uses a hybrid model of in-person and on-line coursework and can be completed in less than two years.
This program has rolling admissions. You may start the program any semester.Apply