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    Jul 08, 2020  
ACE Catalog - Volume 18 
    
ACE Catalog - Volume 18 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Educational Leadership for Graduates of Curriculum and Instruction, M.Ed.


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Graduates of the American College of Education M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction are eligible to earn a second degree, the M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, by completing a sequence of six courses, which includes an internship and capstone experience. This option applies exclusively to graduates of American College of Education.

Course List (16 Semester Credits)


Note


  • This program is designed to prepare students for eligibility for principal/building administrator licensure.
  • This program has been approved as meeting the principal/building administrator licensure requirements in the states of Florida, Indiana, and Ohio.
  • This program does not prepare residents of Georgia for principal/building level administrator licensure. Residents of these states will be required to sign an acknowledgment form to that effect upon application to the program.
  • Completion of this program by Texas residents will not result in eligibility for principal/building administrator licensure.
  • Check availability in your state on the Programs by State section of the ACE website [http://www.ace.edu/admissions/programs-by-state].

Professional Licensure, Certification, or Endorsement


The requirements for professional licensure, certification, endorsement, salary increase, and related employment benefits vary from state to state and district to district. It may be necessary for candidates seeking such benefits to satisfy additional state or district specific requirements. The College neither implies nor guarantees that the completion of an American College of Education degree or certificate program will result in eligibility for licensure, certification, endorsement, salary increase, or related employment benefit. Prospective students are strongly advised to verify the benefit(s) for which they may be eligible upon completion with their state’s licensure agency prior to enrolling in an American College of Education degree or certificate program.

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