If you have the heart of a leader and the desire to be at the forefront of improving teaching quality and student learning, a master’s in instructional leadership and administration from Troy University is the degree for you to help you progress your career!
Instructional Leadership and Administration is offered online and as a blended program in Dothan and Phenix City. A blended program combines both online and face-to-face courses in the required program of study. For more information about program availability and delivery options call 1-800-414-5756.
This program was developed corroboratively with K-12 partners to provide you with relevant content and experiences focused on student, faculty and staff outcomes. You’ll find your courses are related to the practice of sharing leadership at very high levels of expertise rather than focusing on observation and participation. Practical experiences are carefully planned and linked to central instructional problems that will serve to focus your research and problem-solving efforts.
Graduates who hold a master’s degree in instructional leadership and administration from TROY are qualified for positions such as Assistant principal, Assistant superintendent, Central office supervisor, Director of career and technical education, Director of curriculum, Director of special education, Principal, Superintendent, and Transportation director
Career progression in the P-12 education setting doesn’t just begin in the classroom and end in the principal’s office. Recognizing that not everyone pursuing leadership in education has their sights set on becoming a principal, the state of Alabama changed the requisite School Administration Degree program and introduced what is now known as Instructional Leadership Degrees.Read More