Department Head: Sharon VanMetre
Faculty: Farris, Hebert, Javed, Larson, Lewis, Pearce, Reed, Savoie, Wilfert, Zhang
The purposes of the Department of Educational Leadership and Instructional Technology are: to meet the educational needs of educators who are interested in becoming administrators, educational administrators and supervisors who wish to enhance their skills, and educators and community leaders who wish to learn applications of instructional technology; to provide an atmosphere conducive to the development of educational leaders in the community; to provide research facilities and opportunities for expansion of knowledge; to prepare students for successful entry into the office work force or into education as a business teacher; and to prepare candidates to use technology in teaching and professional development experiences.
The Department of Educational Leadership and Instructional Technology offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education for grades 6-12, as well as a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and Educational Technology Leadership; Master of Science in Instructional Technology, and the Education Specialist in Educational Leadership with concentrations in Educational Leadership and Educational Technology.
Information concerning graduate work in this department can be found in the Graduate School section of the Catalog.
Students interested in teacher education programs should see the department for advising.
The Department of ELIT offers programs leading to the following degrees:
- Master of Education in Educational Leadership.
- Master of Education in Educational Technology Leadership.
- Master of Science in Instructional Technology.
- Education Specialist in Educational Leadership with concentrations in Educational Technology and in Educational Leadership.