Education Leadership

Education Leadership Program

Education Leadership

At this time, much attention is given to envisioning the future of education in a post-pandemic world. Graduate faculty provide students the tools to become thought-leaders who can contribute to a vision, with the leadership skills necessary to move a group to action.  Graduate faculty deliver instruction online using innovative, research-based strategies in conjunction with regular virtual meetings allowing graduate students to experience the support of peers and faculty to meet higher career goals in education. 

Our degrees include teaching and professional certifications including principal and superintendent certifications. Graduate tuition at A&M-Texarkana is affordable and financial aid is available.

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Many students who enroll in the M.Ed or Ed.D. program choose to tack on additional certification along their journey.  To find out more, visit the page below.

Principal Certification Information  Superintendent Certification Information  Doctoral Program Information

Unique Features of This Program

  • Small class sizes
  • Practitioner-based skills
  • Authentic, campus-based, leadership activities
  • Program can be completed in five semesters (three semesters for certification-only)
  • Delivered to meet the needs of working students: web-enhanced evening classes using Zoom technology

Featured Courses

ED 520. Education Research Literature and Techniques

This course addresses the process and tools to locate, read, understand, and critique education research. The fundamental techniques of planning, conducting, and reporting qualitative and quantitative research will also be considered.

EDLD 531. Instructional Leadership

This course is designed to provide both the knowledge and skills needed by an instructional leader to establish and implement a shared vision and culture of high expectations for all stakeholders in the education community. Key concepts include strategies to work with educators and the community as key partners to support student learning.