Master’s Degree2019-02-01T10:11:59+00:00

Master’s Degree

Online Master’s Degree in International
School Leadership from Wilkes University

Wilkes University is pleased to partner with the Association for the Advancement of International Education (AAIE) to offer the Master of Science in International School Leadership. This 30-credit master’s degree program is offered through a completely online format, allowing you the flexibility to obtain your graduate degree in as little as two years.

To fulfill the requirements for the Master of Science in International School Leadership, you must complete all seven Institute courses plus an additional three courses offered directly from Wilkes University.

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MASTER’S PROGRAM FAQs

What is the cost for master’s degree courses?2019-01-29T13:11:33+00:00

AAIE Institute online classes cost $978 for graduate credit. Wilkes University tuition rates apply for the three additional courses required for completion of your master’s degree.

Is additional coursework necessary to obtain the Master of Science in International School Leadership?2019-01-29T13:10:54+00:00

Yes. You must complete three additional online courses which are offered through Wilkes University to complete this degree. Find out more about the program at Wilkes University.

Do I have to apply separately for the master’s program?2019-02-11T11:42:55+00:00

Yes. To apply for the Master’s of Science Degree International School Leadership, complete an application with Wilkes University.

About Wilkes University:

Wilkes University is a mid-sized, liberal arts university located in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, on the western fringe of the Pocono Mountains. Wilkes offers undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in a variety of programs.

The Master of Science degree in International School Leadership clearly aligns with the Wilkes University mission, “To educate our students for lifelong learning and success in a constantly evolving and multicultural world through a commitment to individualized attention, exceptional teaching, and academic excellence.”

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