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Master of Arts in Education & Human Development

Department of Educational Leadership

The program is designed for students who wish to develop skills in policy research, program evaluation, and the technical, political, and managerial aspects of education policy. Emphasis is placed on developing both an understanding of the political and social environments affecting education policy and the competencies needed to develop policy options, analyze their potential, select the most promising, implement policies effectively, and evaluate impacts. Internships are offered in a variety of federal, state, and local agencies. The 36-credit-hour program includes 12 elective credits that can be used for courses, independent research, and internships in federal, state, or professional organizations.

Mary Futrell

Mary Futrell

Professor
Education Policy
Iris Rotberg

Iris Rotberg

Research Professor
Education Policy
 (202) 994-2735
Josh Glazer

Josh Glazer

Visiting Associate Professor
Educational Leadership
 (202) 994-8724
Michael Feuer

Michael Feuer

Professor
Education
 (202) 994-6161

Fast Facts

Credit Hours:

36

Courses (Min):

12

Degree:

M.A.Ed.&H.D.

Available:

Full-Time, Part-Time

Begin:

Fall, Spring, Summer

Prerequisites:

Bachelor's Degree

Campuses:

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ESRI - February 28, 2015

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