Educational Leadership Building Level Leader Licensure (M.S.E.)

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION (MSE): EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

 
Vision:

The HSU Master of Science in Education (M.S.E.) as well as building level leader and curriculum program administrator programs of study, through continuous commitment to exemplary teaching, leadership, research and service, produce effective educational leaders dedicated to education and outstanding candidate performance. Academic standards are evident in each program component and highly qualified professors of educational leadership facilitate the learning process. The admissions procedure requires the candidate to carefully defend the desire to be a school leader as well as to examine personal motivations and potential through a written and oral application process. The programs are standards, as well as research, driven and delivered through courses aligned to the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC), the Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) and the National Education Technology Standards for Administrators (Nets-A). Individual accountability and interpersonal relationships are both important program components. Maximum public school involvement is essential, as evidenced through the internship and mentorship experiences. The exit process allows the candidate to demonstrate learning competencies in each of the standards through the written and oral defense of an extensive program portfolio.

 

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 Derrick encourages current students to do more work than assigned and strive to become better artists in order to succeed in the business. “No matter how much talent you have,” said Sims, “if you don’t have good work ethics and the ability to push yourself artistically, you will fail. Laziness just leads to ruin.”

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Derrick SimsBachelor of Arts - Mass Media, 2007
 
 
 
 
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