Graduate students are assigned to a faculty adviser within their area of study. The faculty adviser will help the student complete a program of study to satisfy the specific course requirements within their area, outlined in the graduate catalog. The courses listed must satisfy the course requirements prescribed in the catalog of record. The academic adviser will provide guidance in completing your program of study.
Robert Karaba: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office phone: 505-891-6901
Department of Educational Leadership
Graduate Admission Requirements:
Will consider those who do not meet the GPA requirement.
Certificate requirements same requirements as MA
Admit for fall, spring and summer terms
Fall Recess November 25—28
Our mission is to develop reflective educational leaders who perceive the social, political and cultural context within which education is embedded, and who foster more socially just, democratic forms of education while navigating in the current educational environment.
Courses in the Educational Leadership Department use the pedagogical principles that reflect the value, relevance and interconnectedness of theory and practice, and project- based assignments that are connected to current practice.