Become a Leader: Educational Leadership at GSE
Programs within the Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy Division prepare future administrators, principals, superintendents, supervisors, and other leaders in public, non-public, and faith-based school and district settings, plus in governmental and non-profit organizations. Application deadlines vary. Please check the program of interest for dates.
Read more about our programs below.
ELAP Division Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
These programs prepare students for leadership responsibilities and positions such as assistant principal, department chair, principal, school building leader, supervisor, etc.
School Building Leader, Accelerated Master's (Accelerated M.S.E.)
Graduates are prepared for positions as school building leaders, such as principal, supervisor, department chair, assistant principal, etc.
Administration and Supervision (M.S.E.) (in-person or online)
Church and Non-Public Educational Leadership: This program is for students looking to develop their knowledge and skills for a leadership role in education on many levels.
The Fordham Graduate School of Education (GSE) offers two doctoral degrees in Educational Leadership: the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy, best suited for leaders in public school settings, and the Ph.D. in Administration and Supervision, which is best suited for leaders in church and non-public schools.
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
The Ed.D. program in Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy is designed for teachers and administrators who are looking to become leaders in urban and suburban K-12 education settings. It is designed to prepare school leaders who can effectively address the challenges of school administration and meet the needs of students in an ever-changing world.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
The Ph.D. program in Administration and Supervision builds skills for Catholic education leadership: spirituality; high creativity and imagination; and exceptionally global thought and action.
Read about the program here: Church and Non-Public School Leadership
Advanced Certificate Program
School District Leadership
Enables students to work in leadership positions in New York at the school district level.
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