M.Ed. in Educational Administration and Supervision

Degree Requirements (34 hours)

The Master's Degree (M.Ed.) in Educational Administration and Supervision is the degree of choice for individuals who wish to become administrators and educational leaders in P-12 schools and districts. Students admitted must have certified teaching experience, and access to administrators who will agree to serve as mentors over the course of the program.

The program is fully online and is offered in a 4-semester cohort design that begins each summer and includes an internship.

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

 Click here to submit your application to the graduate school.  The priority deadline for the Summer Cohort is March 15; however, applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed until the cohort has been filled.  


The M.Ed. Program in Educational Administration is aligned to the National ELCC Standards for Educational Leadership