Educational Leadership, M.S.
The mission of the Department of Educational Leadership is to prepare bold, socially responsible leaders who will transform the world of schooling. Our central role is to help build the leadership capacity needed to create vital, democratic, professional learning communities for equitable learning and teaching.
The department offers graduate study leading to Doctor in Educational Leadership for Social Justice (Ed. D.), the Master of Science degree in Educational Leadership (MS) as well as programs approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing leading to the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (Tier I), Professional Administrative Services Credential (Tier II), and Internship Credential in Administrative Services (Education Code 44225 et al.). Students seeking the degree and any of the Administrative Services Credentials must meet the general university requirements as well as the departmental requirements listed below. Additional advising and information are available through the department and on the College of Education and Allied Studies website at: http://www.edschool.csueastbay.edu. The delivery format of all these programs include online for students residing away from CSUEB areas of service, and a combination of online and regular face to face classes for the program serving our direct area of service. Entry to the regular program is currently fall quarter, winter quarter for the online program, and summer quarter for the Ed.D.