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St. John's University

City: Queens     State: NY     Country: USA     

Faith Affiliation: Vincentian Fathers     

Contact: Dr. Barbara Cozza     Email: cozzab@stjohns.edu     


Advanced Certificate in Instructional Leadership  

http://www.stjohns.edu/academics/schools-and-colleges/school-education/programs-and-majors/instructional-leadership-advanced-certificate  


Delivery Method: Classroom     

Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education: Doctoral Universities: Moderate Research Activity      

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Department (if applicable):

School/College (if applicable): The School of Education


Program Vision:

Program Mission: The advanced degree programs in instructional leadership have been designed to provide students with an intellectual environment that enables them to take leadership positions in the areas of curriculum, learning and instruction. Students are expected not only to reflect upon and improve their own professional practices but also to develop leadership in facilitating the growth and development of other educators.

Institutional Mission: As a university, we commit ourselves to academic excellence and the pursuit of wisdom, which flows from free inquiry, religious values, and human experience. We strive to preserve and enhance an atmosphere in which scholarly research, imaginative methodology, global awareness, and an enthusiastic quest for truth serve as the basis of a vital teaching-learning process and the development of lifelong learning. Our core curriculum in the liberal arts and sciences aims to enrich lives as well as professions and serves to unify the undergraduate experience. Graduate and professional schools express our commitment to research, rigorous standards, and innovative application of knowledge. We aim not only to be excellent professionals with an ability to analyze and articulate clearly what is, but also to develop the ethical and aesthetic values to imagine and help realize what might be.