M.S. Instructional Leadership
The Master of Science (M.S.) in Instructional Leadership degree program at Robert Morris University builds on what students have mastered on the job, as well as in teacher education programs. The program will extend your abilities in a wide variety of areas to help you advance professionally.
The 36-credit degree program is designed for elementary or secondary school teachers, those in corporate training and development, or those in scholastic athletics and recreation management. Six specialization tracks are offered: Leadership, Elementary Education, English Education, Mathematics Education and Sport Management.
Classes are taught by faculty members who are experts in education and related disciplines, and by practicing professionals who are leaders in the field. Fall and spring semester classes are offered in the evenings during eight-week terms. Many summer courses are also offered during the day for more intensive study.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Master's College or University I
Loans Offered: There are different types of financial aid funding available. Sources include federal government grants, loans and work study, state grants, insitutional and outside scholarships, and private loan funding. Robert Morris FASFA Code: 003359
Locale: Large Suburb
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