Master's Programs

The Department of Educational Administration's faculty are committed to preparing individuals to serve and lead PK-20 educational organizations in the challenges facing 21st century teaching and learning. The Masters Degree program meets the academic requirements for either a Master of Arts (M. A.) or a Master of Education (M. Ed.) degree with a major in Educational Administration.

For educators in P-12 schools who have a passion for providing building level leadership, completion of the Master of Education (M.Ed.) program provides endorsement for P-12 administrative certification in the following fields:

  • Elementary Principal (P-8)
  • Secondary Principal (7-12)
  • Curriculum Supervisor
  • Supervisor of Special Education

For higher education we offer the M.A. degree in two programs,