City University of Seattle’s Albright School of Education offers a renowned Master of Education (M.Ed.) program for professional educators seeking to expand their career opportunities. This accredited program addresses state-approved standards for the development of educational leaders set by the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLCC) and includes the following topics:
- teaching, learning and assessment
- school diversity and current educational issues
- finance, law and human resources
- teacher leadership and professional growth
- research and technology
The Master of Education in Leadership program is a 45 credit program that was created for educators seeking to advance their careers. If a Washington State administrator certification is desired, this program may be completed and candidates may return within five years for an additional 12 credit internship and seminar series, resulting in a residency principal or program administrator (or both) certificate. Alternatively, candidates may apply directly to the M.Ed. Leadership with Administrator Certification 45 credit program.
With CityU of Seattle, students can earn a master’s in educational leadership online or with a combination of online and in-class work (mixed-mode learning). Either option benefits from small class sizes, relevant topics and individualized instruction from a faculty of successful and distinguished school leaders who teach what they do for a living. Contact an Albright School of Education advisor to learn more today.
A CityU master in leadership prepares graduates for promotion into school leadership roles such as teacher leader or consultant. We cover a wide scope of topics and skills so graduates can apply their learning across a variety of job roles in both public and private organizations.
Dr. Christine Katayama
Associate Faculty - Education Leadership Dr. Katayama has years of experience as a teacher, assistant principal and principal in influential school districts in Washington State. She was also named Washington State Principal of the Year in 2002 and is consistantly a favorite among students. LinkedIn Email Dr. Katayama