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Chaminade University of Honolulu

City: Honolulu     State: HI     Country: USA     

Faith Affiliation: Society of Mary     

Contact: Dale Fryxell     Email: dfryxell@chaminade.edu     


M.Ed. Educational Leadership  

http://www.chaminade.edu/education/med/educational-leadership  


Delivery Method: Classroom     

Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education: Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs     

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School/College (if applicable): Education Division


Program Vision: The Master of Education in Educational Leadership is an advanced, cohort program designed to prepare candidates for positions in educational administration, with an emphasis on K-12 school administration.

Program Mission: By the end of the program successful candidates will acquire leadership skills in financial management, education law, managerial communications, personnel issues, effective decision making, and group dynamics. Graduates will meet Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs), derived from the Education Division’s mission and two national standards: Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) and the Educational Leadership Policy Standards: Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC), and thus demonstrate their ability to be effective change agents and to apply core leadership concepts to solve critical issues in education.

Institutional Mission: Chaminade University offers its students an education in a collaborative learning environment that prepares them for life, service and successful careers. Guided by its Catholic, Marianist and liberal arts educational traditions, Chaminade encourages the development of moral character, personal competencies, and a commitment to build a just and peaceful society. The University offers both the civic and church communities of the Pacific region its academic and intellectual resources in the pursuit of common aims.