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Master of Arts in K-12 Educational Administration - Detroit Area Program Plan

The Masters in K-12 Administration involves 21 credits of core studies and 9 credits of elective studies. Core studies are taught as an integrated sequence though the semesters when particular courses are offered sometimes vary.

Detroit Program Plan 2013-2015

Required Courses
EAD 806 The Evolving Practice of School Leaders Fall 2013 3.0
EAD 811 Inquiry and Analysis of Teaching and Learning Fall 2014 3.0
EAD 812 Inquiry and Analysis of School Organizations Spring 2015 3.0
EAD 820 School Leadership Internship Fall and Spring 2014-2015 3.0
EAD 822 Engaging Diverse Students & Families  Summer and Online 3.0
EAD 852


Spring 2014 3.0
EAD 853 Educational Finance and Resource Allocation Spring 2014 3.0

Students select three electives fitted to their goals and interests, in consulation with their advisors. Below are some appropriate electives.

Offered Credits

EAD 801

Leadership and Organizational Development (Online) Fall 3.0
EAD 824 Leading Teacher Learning (Online in Fall) Summer or Fall 3.0
EAD 830 Urban Education: Racial Achievement Gap (Online) Spring 3.0
EAD 881

Serving Needs of All Learners (online)

Summer 3.0

   Note: In consulation with advisors, students can choose other electives, including special 

              topics classes that are frequently offered during summer sessions.