Christ-Centered. Servant Leadership.

Teacher Leader: Certificate

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Elevate your impact and help others thrive. That’s educational leadership, at NGU.

100%
Online
Your life. Your career. Your studies. Elevate your future without disrupting your daily life.
12
Credit Hours
Complete your graduate certificate in as little as four courses. Then, apply your credit hours toward a master’s degree (if you so choose). That’s a win-win.
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Your Calling: Their Success

Effective leaders exist within any academic environment, regardless of positions or titles. From coaches and teachers to ministers and principals. Both in and out of the classroom. Among students and colleagues alike. How will you lead and mentor others to ensure their success?

Engage conflict management skills from a leadership perspective. Explore practical solutions to current ethical issues in K-12 education. Examine innovative leadership methods and mentoring strategies. And put all of this knowledge to use in your real-world environment. That’s your calling in educational leadership, elevated at NGU.

And, if you currently hold a South Carolina teaching license, these certificate courses can be submitted to the state department to pursue an endorsement in Teacher Leader. For more information, visit the South Carolina Department of Education.

What Can I Do with a Teacher Leader Master’s Certificate?

Pursuing a teacher leader certificate, you will embark on a transformative journey. Throughout your studies, you’ll gain the knowledge and values needed to lead schools with a strong commitment to Christian principles and work effectively within organizations.

You’ll be equipped to become a school administrator, promote ethical leadership, and advocate for inclusive education policies rooted in Christian compassion and social justice. You’ll have the unique opportunity to foster spiritually enriching environments and make a lasting, positive impact in educational settings.

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Admissions Officer

Dean of Students

Director of Education

Education Program Coordinator

School Principal

Education Beside Experienced & Faithful Master-Teachers

Constance Wright, EdD
Dean, College of Education
Tawana Scott, PhD
Interim Doctoral Program Co-Director, Education
Randall Moss, EdD
Program Director, Ed.D. and Ed.S.
V. Shelley Dugle, EdD
Professor, Education
Ann Aust, EdD
Master’s Program Director, Education

Study Educational Leadership from the Ground Up

  • Professional Leadership and Mentoring
  • Ethics in Teacher Leadership
  • Conflict Resolution in Teacher Leadership
  • Practicum in Teacher Leadership

Have Questions about the Masters Program?

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Ann Aust, EdD

Master’s Program Director, Education
864.977.7086 ann.aust@ngu.edu
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