Community College Leadership
The Master of Education in Community College Leadership Program provides a professional foundation of evidence-based practices for those who work at community and technical colleges and other two-year institutions. Students generally take one course every eight weeks, and they can begin the program throughout the year. The program will launch in January 2020.
What are the benefits?
- Strengthens administrative leadership skills and practice
- Supports career advancement and mobility
- Establishes an academic foundation for doctoral studies
- Network with your peers at other community colleges
What you will learn
- Understand the historical development, contemporary challenges and different functions of community colleges
- Develop high-quality communication skills, including academic and professional writing, as well as presentation skills
- Learn theory and practice related to community colleges and apply this knowledge to solving problems and making decisions emerging community college leaders
- Interpret research and assessment results to make data-based decisions as a community college leader
- Appreciate the importance of interpersonal skills in your professional position at community colleges
- Follow best practices and ethical practices in community college leadership
Further details such as estimated costs and career insights are available at the program's Global Campus page.