Graduate Programs - Educational Leadership
The Maine Principal Study – Change and Stability in School Leadership: 1997 –2011 written by Gordon Donaldson and George Marnik in collaboration with the Maine Principals’ Association is now available. Click here to download.
About the Educational Leadership Program
How to Apply
Faculty and Staff
Public School Administrator Certification
Link to Maine Department of Education certification page
Cohort Master’s/CAS Program
Individually Scheduled Programs: Master’s and CAS
PK-12 Educational Leadership Progam Information Sheet
Doctoral Program Guidelines
Sequence of Course Offerings in EDL Programs
Individual Masters and Masters/CAS Cohort Program Projected Course Offerings 2010-2014
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“The doctoral program in Educational Leadership offered me the opportunity to explore the theoretical, historical, and societal influences of issues that I face on a day-to-day basis as an Assistant Superintendent. I believe this experience has given me a deeper pool of knowledge that I can draw from as I carry out my professional responsibilities. The cohort experience provided a built-in support group and allowed for further learning through the sharing of experiences of administrators throughout the state.”
Ed.D in Educational Leadership, 2009
The University of Maine’s graduate programs in PreK-12 Educational Leadership combine the study of organizations and leadership theory with the development of skills and capacities for relationship-building, educational planning, evaluation and management. Programs address many leadership roles essential to quality school performance, most commonly teacher leadership, administration and community leadership.
The PreK-12 Educational Leadership program offers degrees at the M.Ed., C.A.S. and doctorate levels.
Contact: JoEllen Carr, (207) 581-2455; email@example.com
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