The program is an online program consisting of 36 credit hours
Courses are offered in a 7-week format with six 7-week sessions per year
The M.Ed. is designed around three cognate areas:
A licensure program, such as Special Education or School Administration, may be substituted for a cognate area
Please submit the following documents to AGSAdmissions@BethelCollege.edu
Once all materials have received, an interview with the Director of Education will be scheduled.
*Autobiographical Statement Description: At least 300 words including information on yourself, your recent work in education and reasons for seeking Bethel’s School Administration Licensure program. Include any significant events in your career that have played key roles in your development. Define your character in terms of basic values, commitment to graduate studies, philosophy, and worldview.
The 20 credits earned in the School Administration Licensure Program can count toward a 36 credit Master of Education Degree.
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|EDUC 500||Introduction to Professional Development and Leadership||1|
|EDUC 521||Curriculum Development and School Improvement||3|
|EDUC 531||Effective Instruction and Assessment||2|
|EDUC 535||Mentoring and Supervision of Instruction||3|
|EDUC 541||Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners||3|
|EDUC 555||Educational Research||3|
|EDUC 690||Professional Development and Leadership (Capstone)||2|
|Cognate Area (choose one):||9-12|
|EDLT 501||Folklore, Children's and Adolescent Literature||3|
|EDLT 521||English Language Learning||3|
|EDLT 631||Writing Process||3|
|EDLT 641||Reading and Writing Difficulties: Assessment and Intervention||3|
|EDAD 501||Current Issues on Educational Leadership||3|
|EDAD 541||School - Community Relations and Accountability||3|
|EDAD 685||Ethics of School Leadership||3|
|EDAD XXX||Leadership Course||3|
|The candidate designs a purposeful concentration of courses selected from other cognate areas and elective offerings.|
|Option - Licensure Program|
|A licensure program may be substituted in place of a cognate area (see Enrollment Counselor for details).