M.Ed. in Education - Educational Administration and Supervision
The Master's Degree in Educational Administration and Supervision is the degree of choice for individuals who wish to become administrators and eductional leaders in P-12 schools and districts.
The program is offered in a four-semester, 34 semester-hour, cohort design in either a totally online or hybrid format and includes an internship.
1. Online Cohorts are admitted each spring. Instruction is delivered online through virtual classrooms. Instructors also hold virtual office hours. Internships are completed at school sites. This option is ideal for students who reside out-of-state and/or beyond a reasonable driving distance from campus.
2. Hybrid Cohorts are admitted each summer. During fall and spring semesters, instruction is delivered online through virtual classrooms. Instructors hold virtual and on-campus office hours. Internships are completed at school sites. Students attend face-to-face classes on the Hattiesburg campus for three weeks each summer.