Ed.S. (Educational Administration P-12)

Degree Requirements (36 hours)

A part-time fully online program, the Specialist’s in Education (Educational Administration P-12) is designed to accommodate the needs of working adults. Recognizing the importance of student interaction and faculty-student connections, our faculty are committed to providing quality instruction in an online format, consisting primarily of synchronous classes. Nationally recognized by ELCC, the program focuses on the preparation of individuals who are interested in serving as building level educational leaders (e.g., principals, assistant principals), district level educational leaders (e.g., superintendents, assistant superintendents, program coordinators) and/or individuals interested in the study of these fields (e.g., university professors, researchers). Building level programs may lead to licensure as an educational administrator. 

Priority review of applications for fall admission begins March 15 but applications are accepted until spaces are filled.

Click here to print the semester-by-semester guide to the degree. Always consult with your advisor before following this plan.

Comprehensive exams should be taken during the last semester of coursework.