Are you a passionate teacher who feels called to lead? The University of Washington College of Education proudly offers the Master of Education in Instructional Leadership (MIL).
This unique program prepares teachers for emerging and critical leadership positions in school and district settings. The degree serves teachers who want advanced knowledge of leadership and classroom practice, but do not currently aspire to become principals or administrators. Exercising equity-driven leadership, our graduates support and foster the professional development for teachers that can lead to improved student outcomes.
The curriculum blends teacher leadership coursework, content-specific coursework, and inquiry-focused leadership practice based on the 2011 National Standards for Teacher Leadership. Courses draw on the rich knowledge of the UW College of Education faculty as well as notable local experts. A flexible schedule and hybrid format allows you to earn your degree in two years or less, even if you continue to teach full time.
If you want a professional role that directly aligns the twin goals of equity and excellence in education and also nurtures the growth of fellow educators, the MIL program can offer a transformational experience to you – both personally and professionally.
Applications for Summer or Fall Quarter, 2017 are now being accepted.
To set up a phone call or meeting with the program director, please contact Sylvia Bagley, Ph.D.: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application requirements include:
3 letters of recommendation addressing your leadership expertise and/or potential
Personal history statement
Statement of purpose: Why is the MIL program of interest to you?
GRE scores (no minimum required; considered part of a holistic application package)
Please click here to begin the application process. You can start your application at any time and return to add more documents.
Summer intensive courses for the MIL program will be held on July 10-14, 2017 and July 17-20, 2017, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.