Fulfilling our social justice mission, our Educational Leadership and Higher Education programs develop agents of cultural change—reflective practitioners committed to making schools more equitable.
Internationally recognized faculty integrate interdisciplinary theory with the most current evidence-based practices. Students develop the skills and perspectives to thrive in administration, public policy, and research positions while transforming outcomes across settings, from pre-K through post-graduate.
With two doctoral options, experienced practitioners prepare to assume more senior positions as superintendents, senior administrators, and researchers in specific areas of interest:
The Lynch School offers two specialized certificate programs for teachers, administrators, and other professionals seeking to hone their skills with guidance from expert faculty:
The 10-course Master of Arts in International Higher Education features faculty and guest lecturers from around the world, online and on-site coursework options, and a rich variety of placement opportunities.