Masters of Education - School Administration:
Touro University Nevada’s Masters of Education in School Administration curriculum is a cohort-based degree program. It’s been designed to develop socially conscious, service-oriented, and transformative educational leaders. Enrollees are prepared to teach, lead and serve with excellence in Nevada’s PK-12 educational communities. Program candidates enjoy strategic practitioner-oriented activities focused on shared leadership, community engagement, human capital management, budgeting and finance, culturally relevant praxis, and participatory action research methodologies. The program employs an interdisciplinary curriculum integrating foundational topics, and prepares students to lead and transform schools. Emphasis is placed on equity-based praxis, distributive leadership models, the development of powerful learning networks, and the enactment of a social justice leadership orientation.
Masters of Education - Curriculum & Instruction School Counseling:
The Touro University Nevada Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction (with an emphasis in School Counseling) is a cohort-based degree program. It’s been designed for current Nevada teachers who are seeking an endorsement to become a school counselor. This program prepares professional counselors to meet the academic, career, personal, and social needs of Nevada’s diverse K-12 student population. Program success requires the completion of 600 internship hours, and is a two-year course. The program is offered entirely online (with the exception of the internship).
Your admission application package should include:
• TUN admissions application
• Official transcripts from all colleges attended
• Copy of state teaching license
• Two letters of recommendation
• Typed personal statement
• $75 application fee (if applicable)
Touro University Nevada is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and licensed in Nevada by the Commission on Post-Secondary Education. Touro University Nevada does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or age in its employment, programs or activities.