As your Department Chair, it is with great pleasure and responsibility to welcome you to the Department of Educational Leadership and Technology. The Department of Educational Leadership and Technology's mission is to prepare educational leaders, who will work collaboratively with others to establish a positive climate for powerful teaching and learning in the 21st century. The faculty are dedicated to working with our diverse undergraduate and graduate students by assisting them in acquiring appropriate knowledge, skills, and dispositions that will result in well-prepared school leadership teams.
The Department hosts the Career and Technical Education, Doctoral of Education, Educational Administration, and Instructional Technology programs; as well as the Career and Technical Teacher Education Designated Subject, Special Subject, Adult Education, Supervision and Coordination and the Educational Administration Credentials. Additionally, there are two Career and Technical Studies Bachelor’s degrees. These programs are designed to meet the two-year community college transfer student needs as well as those returning students with occupational experience in the workforce.
All programs are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The credential programs are approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTTC).
Visit our programs within the department and contact our faculty. You will find warm and caring faculty working hard to help assist you achieve your educational goals.
We look forward to your success and assisting you with your educational goals. When you succeed, we succeed.
Joseph Scarcella, Ph.D.
Department Chair, Educational Leadership and Technology
Professor, California State University San Bernardino
Coordinator Career and Technical Education
The department offers several challenging and innovative programs:
Master of Arts in Educational Administration - The M.A. in educational administration is designed to prepare educational leaders who will work collaboratively with others to establish a positive climate for powerful teaching and learning in the 21st century. The faculty is dedicated to working with our diverse graduate students by assisting them in acquiring appropriate knowledge, skills, and dispositions that will result in well-prepared school leadership teams/learning communities.
Program Coordinator: Dr. Susan Jindra firstname.lastname@example.org
Tier II - Professional Credential (on hiatus)
Master of Arts in Education with options in:
Instructional Technology & Design - The M.A. in education with an option in instructional technology is designed to meet the needs of technology professionals in schools and other education related settings, as well as business settings. The program has two emphases: research and design/development.
Program Coordinator: Dr. Eun-ok Baek email@example.com
Career and Technical Education - The M.A. in education with an option in career and technical education is designed to provide advanced and specialized education to personnel working in a variety of settings related to vocational education such as secondary, postsecondary and private schools. The program should also meet the requirements for leadership positions in these facilities.
Program Coordinator: Dr. Joe Scarcella firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bachelor of Arts in Career and Technical Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Career and Technical Studies
Designated Subjects Teaching Credentials:
- Designated Subjects Teaching Credentials
- Designated Subjects Adult Education Teacher Credential
- Designated Subjects Supervision/Coordination Credential