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The program’s curriculum is focused on an innovative, collaborative model of administration and is designed to increase expertise in understanding and analyzing research. Graduates of this education administration program will have the skills to integrate theory and practice to advance their careers and have a positive impact on their educational communities. And since there is no residency requirement, you can more easily balance your education with your personal and professional commitments. In addition, some of the coursework you complete as part of this post-master’s degree program can apply to a Walden doctoral degree in education, allowing you to earn that degree in less time.
An Education Specialist degree, sometimes referred to as a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS), is ideal for educators who want to remain working in the field but who would like to increase their influence and impact on their learning communities.
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