The MIL program is part of the Curriculum & Instruction (C&I) division in the UW College of Education. 

There are four core strands of study in the MIL program. Listed below are the requirements for each core strand. 

Click here to download a PDF of the MIL 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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