College of Education

LR&F Offering Two New Cognate Areas to Leadership in Education Degree

November 1, 2008

The Department of Leadership, Research, & Foundations has added two cognate areas to its Master of Arts in Leadership Degree.

The two new cognate areas, one in P-16 Education and one in Research & Foundations, enable those wishing to pursue a masters degree without licensure to do so, with the option of attaining licensure later on after being awarded a master's degree within five years. The two new programs allow the degree with a cognate area focus and licensure to be completed in the same amount of credit-hours as the traditional degree.

For more information, see the updated Master of Arts in Leadership Education degree page.

 
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