Loyola's graduate program in educational leadership is a unique blend of theory and practical application geared toward individuals with a passion for leading and facilitating student achievement and teacher performance. Loyola's program is ideal for successful teachers who want to make a difference on a larger scale and serve the mission of improving the education of all students, including those who have been traditionally underserved. With small class sizes, a dynamic instructional staff, and a curriculum that is comprehensive and innovative, the program successfully fuses theoretical principles with a pragmatic, real-world understanding of the contemporary educational context.
Teachers from all backgrounds and levels of experience are encouraged to apply to the program, and can choose between the following programs:
Participation in either track provides eligibility for certification as an Administrator I (Assistant in Administration, Supervisor in Instruction, or Supervisor in Central Administration). Students seeking Administrator II (Principal) certification are required to successfully complete the School Leaders Licensure Assessment exam.
Our programs are nationally recognized by Educational Leadership and Maryland Instructional Leadership Framework.