About this Master’s Degree
The Master of Education in Educational Leadership (MEd (EL)) is a graduate degree that links current research on educational leadership with the leadership development needs of Alberta school jurisdictions. The MEd (EL) is specifically created to support Alberta teachers, educational consultants, learning coaches, and school administrators who desire to further their professional learning.
How this Master’s Program is Offered
- Program based on a cohort model delivered on a part-time basis
- Classroom-based, online, and blended delivery
- Intersession coursework
- Fall and Winter semesters including evenings and Saturdays
All students will be required to complete Concordia University of Edmonton’s 5 MEd (EL) degree core courses, a suite of courses in educational leadership, and a final practice-oriented applied research project that applies to the graduate student’s areas of work.
Who Should Apply?
The MEd (EL) was specifically created to support Alberta teachers, educational consultants, learning coaches, and school administrators who desire to further their professional learning.
We believe engaging in deeper conversations, study, and research in the broad issues of school leadership will help teachers and school administrators improve their own teaching and student learning at their own school sites.
The objective is to create well-educated school leaders (both teachers and administrators) whose thinking is current and informed by research, and whose practice and pedagogy will improve educational practice throughout the school community – especially aiding student learning. The program’s goal is to engage the work of improving education for all stakeholders.