Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy
Fall Semester: March 1Spring Semester: October 1
Applicants must hold a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership or a complementary field. The overall mission and purpose of our work is to prepare and support future educational leaders who support the students, teachers, schools, districts, families and institutional of higher learning in New Mexico. We carry out this mission with particular attention to infusing all the Core Values of the College into our program: advocacy, building professional identities, collaboration and relationships, dignity, diversity and social justice, scholarship and research, and teaching and learning all in the rich context of New Mexico.
In addition to University requirements for graduation, students must successfully complete a leadership project and exit assessment.
All international applicants must complete two steps in order to be admitted to the Educational Leadership Program.
Our program has determined it meets professional licensure requirements in the state of New Mexico. It has not determined it meets professional licensure requirements in any other state.
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