Eastern University's M.Ed. in Educational Leadership prepares leaders who serve in a variety of educational settings including public and independent schools and outside of PK-12 Education. With the General Concentration, students graduate with competency in research-based instructional and leadership practices and the use of critical thinking and ethical problem solving in the role of educational leadership.


Students must complete at least 30 credits to earn an MEd.

Course Number Course Name Credits
EDUC 517 Multicultural Education 3
EDUC 588 Supervision of Instruction 3
EDUC 623* Curriculum Design 3
EDUC 624 School Law 3
EDUC 635 Research Design 3
EDUC 531 or EDUC 502 or EDUC 604 Classroom Technology and Assessment or Assessment and Evaluation or Intervention and Reporting of Literary Progress 3
EDUC Electives Any EDUC course at the 500 or 600 Level 12

* Students must either have sufficient teaching experience or have completed one of the following courses prior to enrolling in EDUC 623 Curriculum Design: EDUC 571, EDUC 572, EDUC 573 or EDUC 574