By the completion of the program, students will:
- Demonstrate competence in scholarly inquiry to address problems of practice related to educational leadership, policy, and learning.
- Apply theories of leadership to develop and maintain positive, successful, organization structures and cultures.
- Exhibit core professional values and guiding principles including commitments to ethical leadership, social justice, and respectful interaction with others of similar and diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
- Articulate and advance the mission and vision of the organization.
- Create, implement, and evaluate systems-level plans to create learning environments that advance student success.
- Model effective communication in the context of complex environments, changing policy environments, and diverse constituents, advocating for the organization in the community.
- Evaluate one’s own and others’ leadership and managerial skills and attributes to address problems of organizational improvement, financial and human resources management and resource allocation, and technology and information systems.
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