|Degree: Master of Science in Education (M.S.E.)
Start Semester: Fall, Spring, or Summer
Campus: Lincoln Center, Rose Hill, Westchester and off-site locations in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island
The program focuses on the legacy of inherited excellence, present innovations and the future vitality and sustainability of Catholic and non-public schools.
We offer two paths to study and explore educational leadership in the context of mission-integrity and all that it implies. The first path leads to eligibility for New York State School Building Leader Certification. This certification is appropriate for such positions as president, principal, supervisor, department chair, assistant principal coordinator and unit head.
The second path is for candidates who wish to develop their knowledge and skills for a leadership role in education on a location, national or international level, but who are not seeking New York State School Building Leader Certification.
The master's program follow a cohort model and is organized with a focus on adult learning theory utilizing action research, group projects, critical reflection, clinical application, problem-based simulations, policy analysis and two semesters of internships.