University of Southern Indiana

Master of Science in Education

Master of Science in Education – School Administration and Leadership

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Master of Science in Education with an emphasis in school administration and leadership will:

  1. demonstrate an understanding of the varied dimensions of the relationship between schools and their surrounding community, as well as the ability to use that understanding to ensure equitable and respectful treatment of all stakeholders and develop and implement a collaboratively developed mission and vision for a school;
  2. critically evaluate research on educational issues such as pedagogical practices, student learning, and educational policies and engage in action research to advance student learning;
  3. employ data literacy, data analysis, and technology to plan for the improvement of professional practice, the improvement of school organization, and/or program effectiveness;
  4. demonstrate an understanding of ethical and legal considerations and practices surrounding curricular, instructional, and operational decision-making appropriate for their roles in education;
  5. apply theories and best practices of curriculum, instruction, and assessment relevant to their roles in education; and,
  6. demonstrate leadership in planning and decision-making related to human, fiscal, and physical resources.

Master of Science in Education - Elementary/Secondary Education

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Master of Science in Education with an emphasis in elementary or secondary education will:

  1. demonstrate an understanding of the varied dimensions of the relationship between schools and their surrounding community, as well as the ability to use that understanding to ensure equitable and respectful treatment of all stakeholders and develop and implement a collaboratively developed mission and vision for a school;
  2. critically evaluate research on educational issues such as pedagogical practices, student learning, and educational polices and engage in action research to advance student learning;
  3. employ data literacy, data analysis, and technology to plan for the improvement of professional practice, the improvement of school organization, and/or program effectiveness;
  4. demonstrate an understanding of ethical and legal considerations and practices surrounding curricular, instructional, and operational decision-making appropriate for their roles in education;
  5. apply theories and best practices of curriculum, instruction, and assessment relevant to their roles in education; and,
  6. engage in reflection and critical inquiry to explore educational issues related to curriculum and instruction.

 

Master of Science in Education – Mathematics Teaching

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Master of Science in Education with an emphasis in mathematics teaching will:

  1. demonstrate an understanding of the varied dimensions of the relationship between schools and their surrounding community, as well as the ability to use that understanding to ensure equitable and respectful treatment of all stakeholders and develop and implement a collaboratively developed mission and vision for a school;
  2. critically evaluate research on educational issues such as pedagogical practices, student learning, and educational polices and engage in action research to advance student learning;
  3. apply theories and best practices of curriculum, instruction, and assessment relevant to their roles in education;
  4. engage in reflection and critical inquiry to explore educational issues related to curriculum and instruction;
  5. demonstrate knowledge of advanced mathematics in the areas of mathematics typically taught in grades 9-12; and,
  6. apply mathematics processes in their own learning of advanced mathematics.

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