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KU Announces Blended MSE Program for Future School Administrators

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Beginning with the Summer 2013 cohort, the Educational Leadership & Policy Studies blended Master's degree provides an innovative program that prepares future K-12 building-level leaders.

Designed for working professionals, the program combines three to four classroom meetings per semester with convenient online instruction that lets students focus on learning according to their own schedules. Once accepted into the program cohort, students enroll in courses as a collegial group and develop the skills necessary to successfully lead schools into the future.  Historically, this collaboration extends well-past the classroom and many graduates describe the strong network of long-term professional and scholarly relationships with a peer group that's second to none.

Additional information about the new program format can be found at: http://elps.soe.ku.edu/academics/edadmin/mse

The application deadline for the new blended Master of Science in Education degree is April 1, 2013



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