Educators are drawn to the Educational Leadership Program by the opportunity to participate in a dynamic cohort of individuals who work in many segments of the educational continuum. Together the cohort develops and applies new connections between research, leadership principles and technology to improve educational practices. Students work with accomplished researchers and practitioners to improve their own leadership and practice.

For Prospective Students

ELP alumni are leaders throughout the K – 16 educational continuum:
  • in 17 Community Colleges
  • in 39 Four-year Universities
  • in 52 Charter Schools, School Districts, and County Offices of Education
  • in 15 independent schools
  • in educational associations, learning ventures, and in positions to influence public policy
The Educational Leadership Program attracts students who want to study:
  • in a supportive educational environment that focuses on each student
  • in a program designed for working professionals with classes in the evenings and weekends
  • in a School of Education that is ranked number 2 in the country among public schools
  • at a university that is well-known nationally and internationally for its academic excellence
  • in a small cohort of highly qualified educators from both higher education and K-12
  • in a program that enables its students to work on educational innovations that can help to improve all levels of education
  • in a program with a high graduation rate and where the faculty and staff work continuously to assist students to complete their program of study