- 30 semester credits
View the COMPLETE CURRICULUM PLAN.
Time to completion will vary by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. For a personalized estimate of the number of your transfer credits that Walden would accept, call an Enrollment Specialist at 855-646-5286.
To be considered for this master’s program, you must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, teaching experience, and meet the general admission requirements. All applicants must submit a completed online application and transcripts. Depending on program specialization, additional requirements may apply.
More information for international applicants.
|Tuition||30 semester credit hours||$620 per semester hour||$18,600|
|Technology Fee||Per semester||$230||$1,150|
|BELIEVE & ACHIEVE SCHOLARSHIP
*Represents Educational Leadership and Administration (International Non-Licensure) specialization, minimum time to completion, and Believe & Achieve Scholarship. Your actual total program time and costs may vary. Believe & Achieve Scholarship savings based on current tuition. See Scholarship Details for more information.
**Tuition reflects the minimum time to completion. Time to completion varies by student, depending on individual progress and credits transferred, if applicable. Tuition and time to complete may be reduced if transfer credits are accepted, or if you receive grants, scholarships or other tuition reductions. Walden may accept up to 15 transfer credits. For a personalized estimate of the number of your transfer credits that Walden would accept, call an Enrollment Specialist at 844-767-3853.
At the end of this program, graduates should be able to:
- Design and lead initiatives that evaluate and improve instructional programs.
- Develop, implement, and manage ongoing evaluation and professional development in teaching and learning.
- Create strategic plans using a visioning process to be shared and supported by stakeholders.
- Use data to effectively manage the organization and resources for a safe, secure, and effective learning environment.
- Communicate and collaborate with external publics to address community interests and diverse needs.
- Articulate the school’s role within the broader political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context and respond effectively to changes that impact the school community.
- Model democratic value systems, ethics, and moral leadership.