Christ-centered. Servant Leadership.
Follow Christ. Lead others. Impact the world. All, through education.
Elevate Education Through Servant Leadership
How do you lead others, as a Christian, in an educational setting? How do you empower others through a Christ-centered approach, even in non-Christian environments? You pursue a Master of Education degree in educational leadership, from NGU.
Explore educational leadership from the ground up. Administrative theories. Leadership ethics and principles. Conflict resolution and mentoring. Truthful communication, professional integrity, and humility in power relations. Even how to facilitate equality and growth across socioeconomic, cultural, and racial divides. It’s turning your personal, Christ-centered values into impactful, educational leadership.
What Can I Do With a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership?
Educational leadership is a dynamic field that drives positive change and innovation in educational settings. With a focus on strategic decision-making, collaborative problem-solving, and effective management, educational leaders inspire and empower educators, students, and stakeholders to achieve academic excellence.
By fostering a positive school culture, promoting professional growth, and implementing research-based practices, educational leaders shape the direction of institutions, cultivate a supportive learning environment, and maximize educational outcomes.
Embrace the opportunity to lead with vision, influence policy, and make a lasting impact on the lives of learners, as you navigate the evolving landscape of education and shape the future of education for generations to come.
Dean of Students
Director of Education
Education Program Coordinator
Study Christ-Centered Educational Leadership
Current Issues in K-12 Schools
Intervention Strategies and Techniques
Diversity and Social Issues in Education
Principles of Curriculum Development
School and Community Relations
Assessment of Learners
Educator as Researcher
Professional Leadership and Mentoring
Ethics in Teacher Leadership
Conflict Resolution in Teacher Leadership
Practicum in Teacher Leadership
*Note: Certified teachers who wish to obtain South Carolina’s state-required R2S endorsement, teacher leader endorsement, or learning disabilities add-on to their current certificate have the responsibility of contacting the state department upon degree completion to ensure completion of any other requirements for certifications and endorsements.
Stories that Started Here
Shannon Rabon ’20
“It is a wonderful program with caring, knowledgeable, and professional instructors.”
Marlin Terell Ketter ʼ16
I was named the 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year for Hartsville Middle School.
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