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Course Sequence - M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision

An effective principal is essential to school improvement.  The program emphasizes instructional leadership; administration, supervision, and communication skills; curriculum and instruction management; performance evaluation; organization; and fiscal management (Title 19, TAC §241.1).

The curriculum is a program consisting of an integrated cluster of expectations, requirements, courses, and experiences. It focuses solely on the preparation of school assistant principals. It seeks to develop reflective practitioners.

M.Ed. Administration and Supervision
  Sample Master Calendar of Courses for Full-Time Students
(Minimum 30 Credit Hours)

#CoogLeaders Cohort Model

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3

Semester Benchmarks

  • Orientation
  • Certification application through Certification Services/Dr. Krista Coleman
  • Program of study
  • Approval for state exam after completion of ELCS 6330
  • Verification of internship hours
  • Principal exam
Length of Cohort:
1 Academic Year
  • ELCS 6301: Leadership for Equity in Diverse Schools
  • ELCS 6320: Instructional Supervision (40 embedded internship hours)
  • ELCS 6304: Law & Policy for School Leaders
  • CUIN 6198: Independent Study
  • ELCS 6330: Finance and School Based Budgeting (40 Embedded Internship Hours)
  • ELCS 6350: School Leadership
  • ELCS 6370: Research in Multicultural Education
  • CUIN 6198: Independent Study
  • ELCS 6302: Data Driven Decision Making for School Leaders
  • ELCS 6310: Strategic Engagement of School/Community Stakeholders
  • ELCS 6393: Practicum (80 embedded internship hours)
  • CUIN 6198: Independent Study


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Since degree plans change periodically, students will follow the degree plan that is in place at the time in which they complete an official, approved degree plan. Above is the most current sample degree plan for the M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision.

Please view courses in the Course Catalog.