Educational Leadership / Administrator I
A Post-Master's Cohort Designed for BCPS Teachers
A post-master's cohort designed for BCPS teachers, the purpose of this cohort is to develop innovative leaders who demonstrate high level skills in leading change and in establishing and sustaining a positive school culture. This 21 credit post-master's cohort will focus on instructional leadership including implementation of the College and Career Readiness Standards and Universal Design for Learning. Cohort participants will be cognizant of current thought related to cultural proficiency and school assessment topics.
During a year-long practicum, participants will apply theories and practices from course work in the school environment. This 21-credit post-master’s program meets the requirements for administrator 1 certification and the Goucher Professional Development Certificate.
|Student Out-of-Pocket Tuition Costs Per Credit||$70 registration fee per credit|
|BCPS Direct Billing Amount Per Credit||$300|
|Spring 2017||ED 653||
Supervision for Effective Instruction (3)
|Summer 2017||ED 672||
Assessing Needs and Evaluating Progress (3)
|Fall 2017||ED 671||
School Improvement Leadership: A Theoretical Perspective (3)
|Spring 2018||ED 673||
School Culture (3)
|Summer 2018||ED 646||
School Law (3)
|Fall 2018||ED 674A||
Special Projects Seminar/Practicum in School Improvement Leadership (1.5)
|Fall 2018||ED 681||
Curriculum Development for a Multi-Cultural Society (3)
|Spring 2019||ED 674B||
Special Project Seminar/Practicum in School Improvement Leadership (1.5)
How to Apply?
This cohort is available to the first 20 students to apply and be accepted. To apply:
- Complete the online application using the application fee waiver code of GPEBC
- Submit the attached signed registration form (PDF) via fax or email.
- Email a copy of your teaching certificate or an unofficial copy of your graduate degree coursework to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Programs in Education in the Welch Center
1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Baltimore, MD 21204
Ph: 410-337-6047 | Fax: 410-337-6085