The Master of Education in Educational Leadership program is designed to prepare students to take the School Leader Licensure Assessment (SLLA), a national test required by the state. The design of the M.Ed. program in educational leadership for on-campus and off-campus classes includes 30 semester hours over a 15-month period. The delivery system format includes a variety of instructional strategies including lecture, group projects, small group discussions, technology presentations, guest speakers, field trips, and instructor-student interactions. Students enrolled in off-campus programs must attend two on-campus sessions. To meet the requirements of the Tennessee State Board of Education, Trevecca must have an agreement with the Tennessee school districts from which applicants are selected.
- Submit the application.
- Have earned a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
- Submit two official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended (undergraduate and graduate work). These transcripts must be sent directly from the institution to our office.
- Submit evidence of passing scores from one of the following exams:
- 378 on the Miller Analogy Test
- 290 on the Graduate Record Exam (verbal and quantitative combined)
- International Students must submit TOEFL scores in addition to one of the above:
- 550 paper version
- 213 computer version
- Submit a recommendation from your school administrator.
- Schedule an admissions interview where you will complete a writing sample
- Verify 3 years of teaching experience through references by school administrator.
- Submit written response to questions regarding (a) applicant's leadership background and goals and (b) applicant's methods for assessing student learning.