Master of Science in Curriculum Leadership

--Now offering Administrator Licensure Option--

Classes available in Athens and Knoxville


Graduates from TWC’s Master of Science in Curriculum Leadership (MSCL) program will be prepared to advance their careers as curriculum specialists, instructional coaches, instructional supervisors, or serve in other educational leadership roles. This 30-hour graduate program:

  • Trains future academic leaders who will be competent professionals, service-oriented individuals and reflective practitioners
  • Can be completed in 12 or 15 months.
  • Hybrid format offers courses in the afternoon and evening hours two nights per week, with some classes taught online

Program of Study:

Master of Science in Curriculum Leadership

M 501 Research Design and Statistics - 3 s.h.
ED 512 Finance, Facilities, and Personnel - 3 s.h.
ED 520 Foundations of School Leadership - 3 s.h.
ED 523 Current Trends and Issues in Leadership - 3 s.h.
ED 530 Curriculum Leadership and Evaluation - 3 s.h.
ED 543 Partnerships in Education - 3 s.h.
ED 555 School Law - 3 s.h.
ED 566 Multicultural Education - 3 s.h.
ED 571 Action Research - 3 s.h.
ED 580 Administrative Internship - 3 s.h.

Total: 30 credit hours

For more information about the MSCL program, please contact MSCL Coordinator Dr. Amy Sullins at asullins@twcnet.edu, TWC Graduate Enrollment Specialist Ginger Murphy at gemurphy@twcnet.edu, or call the TWC Admissions Office at 423-746-5289.



Application Checklist:

  • Complete and submit graduate application ($25 application fee)
  • Submit official transcripts from degree granting institution
  • Submit all GRE or MAT scores (within the last 5 years)
  • Submit three letters of recommendation
  • If a teacher, please submit a current evaluation (TEAM, TAP, etc.)
  • Comply with a TBI background check

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