- Ph D.
- M. Ed.
- Administrative Leadership
ContactDr. Maria Trache
Engage K-12 and higher education students and faculty in a dynamic academic experience focused on K-16 policy, practice, and research.
Students: Diversity, learning, and an emphasis on all aspects of the student experience, from connection to completion.
Program Quality: Maintaining, growing, or creating quality programs, with an eye on innovation and adaptability.
Collegiality: Integrity, transparency, and mutual respect in interactions and communications.
Partnership: Internal and external collaborations to strengthen our viability and serve our stakeholders.
In collaboration with the School of Social Work, ELPS is delighted to offer a dual degree with two Master of Social Work concentration options to better support those also seeking a MEd in Higher Education.
MEd/MSW with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Specialty Option
With increasing concerns for students' mental and physical well-being exacerbated by the global pandemic and economic uncertainty, this dual MEd/MSW degree, will better equip higher education leaders to offer optimal support to their students as well as their colleagues.
MEd/MSW with Community and Administrative Practice Concentration Option
An MEd with an MSW focused on community and administrative practice will support higher education leaders to better cultivate collaborations, build stronger initiatives that support diverse identities and cultures while also examining organizational structures that hinder student success. "
Number of Program Faculty
- None Required
- Part time