Course of Study

The TLC-IL masters degree is part of the broader Teaching, Learning & Curriculum area in the UW College of Education. 

Core Courses

The following required courses are at the heart of the TLC Masters Degree with a Specialization in Instructional Leadership.

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Prospective Students

We are happy to answer your questions and provide more information about the TLC Masters of Education with a Specialization in Instructional Leadership.

Financial Aid

Begin investigating sources of financial aid as early as possible and apply early.

TLC-IL Career Opportunities

The TLC masters degree with a Specialization in Instructional Leadership prepares you for current and emerging non-supervisory teacher leadership positions within your school or district.

Distinctive Features

Work-Compatible Format

Core Courses

The following required courses are at the heart of the TLC masters degree with a specialization in Instructional Leadership. 

Alumnus takes reins of Seattle schools

Sep 11 2014

For more than three decades, Larry Nyland has led school districts across Washington. The University of Washington College of Education alumnus has overseen rising graduation rates and test scores, resolved conflicts between teachers and school boards, and won recognition as the state's Superintendent of the Year.

Now, Nyland has returned to the school system where he grew up.

Central Kitsap educator receives UW mentoring award

Sep 4 2014

Respected Central Kitsap School District administrator Chris Wyatt has been honored for her work helping develop fellow administrators and teacher leaders with this year's John W. Morefield Mentoring Award, presented by the University of Washington's Danforth Education Leadership Program.

Alum named Seattle Public Schools superintendent

Dec 10 2014

Dr. Larry Nyland, a distinguished local educator who earned his Ph.D. in educational leadership from University of Washington's College of Education, has been selected to lead Seattle Public Schools on a permanent basis after serving as interim superintendent since August. The Seattle School Board approved the move during its Dec. 10 meeting.