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Republic of the Marshall Islands

Department of Adminsitration Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education Master of Arts with and Emphasis in Educational Leadership

August 2003-May 2005

Emerging out of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands after World War II, the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) continues to have a close political and economic relationship with the United States.

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The student cohort in the Republic of the Marshall Islands graduated with their Masters Degrees in Education Leadership in June, 2006...
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Beginning in the 1970s, Interwork Institute, responding to educational needs identified by the RMI and other emerging Pacific nations, began to deliver training and consulting services within the Pacific Region. Over the years, there have been a variety of unique educational programs and services that have emerged as a result.

The Department of Administration Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education offers a program leading to a Master of Arts (MA) in Education with an emphasis in Educational Leadership in Postsecondary Education. Students who pursue the MA degree are prepared for effective management and leadership in changing multicultural societies and in varying organizational environments. Students also choose courses or concentrations in which they are personally interested.

Computer LabThe emphasis in Educational Leadership prepares individuals to serve in leadership roles in community colleges, universities, technical schools, governmental and adult schools as well as proprietary institutions in both national and international settings. Some of these roles will include positions such as college and technical school teachers, community college deans, and college directors.

The Ministry of Education in the RMI requested Interwork Institute to provide the Education Leadership masters for a cohort of approximately 25 individual who would be carefully selected as emerging educational leaders. The Ministry of Education offered to contract with Interwork Institute to cover tuition, fees, and associated costs of delivering the 10 course masters program using a variety of on-site and distance supported instruction. The RMI is utilizing funding from the Asian Development Bank as well as other U.S. federal grant funds through the Department of Education to support the students enrolled. The program commenced in August, 2003 and will be completed May, 2005.

 

 


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Program Information
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M.A. Regional Programs/Cohorts
Temporary Hiatus
FSM-2014: MA in Education Postsecondary Leadership
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Completed Prograrms
Palau 2015: MA in Public Administration
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FSM-2011: Ed Leadership MA
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Palau and FSM
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American Samoa MA - Public Admin / Human Resources
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American Samoa MA - Curriculum & Instruction
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