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

There are four core strands of study in the TLC-IL masters degree. Listed below are the requirements for each core strand. 

Click here to download a PDF of the Course of Study. 
 

Foundations of Education Content-Focused Instructional Leadership Equity-Driven Instructional Leadership Research Inquiry and Culminating Experience
EDLPS 520 Education as a Moral Endeavor (3 credits, fall)  9 credits
in your chosen subject area*
EDC&I 525
Teacher Learning and School Change
(3 credits – 1st or 2nd summer)
EDC&I 506
Action Research for Teacher Leaders
(3 credits – 1st year)
EDC&I 503 Foundations of Curriculum and Instruction (3 credits)   EDC&I 526
Inside Teacher Communities
(3 credits – 1st or 2nd summer)
EDC&I 600
Capstone Project and Reflective Seminars
(6 credits – 2nd year)
EDPSY 501 Human Learning and Educational Practice  (3 credits)   EDC&I 505
Coaching and Mentoring Adult Learners
(3 credits online – autumn 1st year)
 
    EDLPS 579
Educational Policy, Teachers, and Teaching
(3 credits online – winter 1st year)
 
    EDPSY 512
Classroom Assessment Strategies: Data Use in Schools
(3 credits online – spring 1st year)
 
    EDC&I 600
MIL Reflective
Seminars
(3 credits – 1st year)
 
9 credits 9 credits 18 credits 9 credits
 
Cohort-based coursework, first or second summer
 
Online coursework, one course per quarter during the first year
 
Cohort-based seminars

* Literacy, Science, Math, Social Studies, Equity Studies, Early Childhood Education, or Special Education

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