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The Department of Educational Leadership and Policy (ELP) is one of five departments within the Graduate School of Education. ELP's mission, through teaching, research, and service, is to develop and refine the leadership skills of professional educators. ELP offers three specializations at the master's level: Educational Leadership; Postsecondary, Adult, and Continuing Education; and Leadership for Sustainability Education. In addition to degree programs, the department offers programs leading to two levels of administrative licensure, some of which are also offered at off campus sites state-wide. With more than thirty dedicated faculty and staff, the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy serves over 400 graduate students, including 50 doctoral students. In the 2011-12 academic year, 200+ students graduated from the department with doctoral and Masters degrees, administrative licensures, graduate certificates and certificates of completion.