Cohorts and Certification
Graduate Degree Cohort and Certification Programs
In partnership with the Carroll County Public School System, McDaniel College is offering the opportunity to earn your Master’s Degree, your Administrator I / Supervisor Endorsement, and the credits needed for your Master’s Degree plus 30 credits salary increase. All courses will be offered at a reduced contracted price for each three credit course. For Carroll County educators eligible for reimbursement, CCPS will be Direct Billed by the College, and there will be no additional tuition cost to students.
Carroll County Educator / McDaniel College Cohort Offerings
Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in Classroom Pedagogy (LG3) - This 33-credit program is designed for educators who wish to continue their careers with classroom instructional responsibilities. This is a four year program.
Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus in Educational Leadership (LC4) - This 37-credit program is designed for educators who aspire to careers in administration, supervision, or staff development. The program has an emphasis on Curriculum and Instructional Leadership. This is a four year program.
Master’s Degree in Educational Administration (LL2) – This 38-credit program is designed for educators who aspire to careers in administration and/or supervision. The emphasis of this program is on Leadership. This is a four year program.
Administrator I / Supervisor Endorsement (LA5) – This 19-credit program is designed for those educators already holding a Master’s Degree and aspiring for careers in administration and/or supervision. This is a two year program.
Advanced Leadership Courses (LM1) – This program is designed for those educators already holding a Master’s Degree and the Administrator I / Supervisor endorsement who wish to qualify for the Master’s + 30 category on the CCPS Salary Scale. This program offers 8 courses (3 credits each) which focus on Advanced Leadership in Administration and/or Curriculum and Instruction. Educators will have three years to complete the courses that most interest them