Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
The Ed.D program is designed to prepare educational administrators for leadership roles in school systems and related agencies. Coursework includes leadership and policy studies, advanced school law, historical foundations of educational administration, advanced school finance, community and interagency collaboration, planning educational facilities, and organization and delivery of instructional services.
Preparation Program for School Principals and Supervisors
For individuals seeking a licensure in public school leadership, MA.Ed. and Educational Specialist degree programs are available. Those two year programs will entitle graduates to receive Virginia Licensure as school leaders.
The Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program is a distance graduate program sponsored by five universities in the State of Virginia: Virginia Tech (VT), University of Virginia (UVA), Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), Old Dominion University (ODU) and George Mason University (GMU). The CGEP offers individuals an opportunity to earn a master's degree part-time through traditional face-to-face instruction as well as two-way video graduate classes. Virginia Tech offers graduate degree programs in Civil and Environmental, Electrical and Computer, and Industrial and Systems Engineering.