MS in Teacher Leadership
|30 Total Credits||Fall & Spring Start Dates|
Created with working professionals in mind, the online master of science in teacher leadership program can help you grow as a teacher, and make positive change in the field of education. Aligned with the standards of the Educational Leadership Constituent Council, the objectives of this program are to create teacher leaders who can work collaboratively with others to improve both school programs and the student experience.
Gain a deeper understanding of current research on learning theory and human motivation, and learn how to use that knowledge to help students grow and thrive. Discover new strategies for shaping school culture in a way that fosters collaboration and improves the quality of education.
You can pursue one of three specialized tracks to more sharply focus your graduate work.
The core requirements of the master of science in teacher leadership program focus on leadership and how it relates to the transformation of school culture, instructional programs to improve student learning, school improvement, diversity and research-based literacy practices. The curriculum also allows you to select one of three specialized tracksView Curriculum
Today's educators have access to an increasingly connected global community and digital resources to help both themselves and their students thrive. In addition to connecting our candidates to those resources, Quinnipiac University's School of Education has its own - collaborative community, both online and off. A large part of that community is made up of our outstanding faculty members – experienced educators, top practitioners and scholars who cherish their role as mentors, guiding and supporting students through the program every step of the way.
This environment prepares candidates for fulfilling careers in education and human development. Our programs cultivate personal and intellectual transformation, producing innovators who are committed to positive social change. We aim to produce graduates who demonstrate:
- An ability to engage in sound practice that is informed by educational theory
- A commitment to equity and social justice
- A deeply reflective and mindful approach to their work
- The result is a teaching workforce that has a meaningful impact on the lives of its students and their futures.
The result is a teaching workforce that has a meaningful impact on the lives of its students and their futures.
Review the details of each program to find the best fit for your educational and career goals.
Discuss admission requirements with your admission counselor.
Submit your application online.