The Master of Education (MEd) in Educational Administration prepares graduate students to enter into principalships or assistant principalships in elementary, middle or high schools as well as district-wide administrative positions such as program directorships and supervisor or coordinator positions. This program is designed specifically to enhance abilities in planning, organizing, delegating, supervising and leading through a variety of activities, procedures and experiences. Students completing this program may qualify for the Texas Standard Principal Certificate after successfully passing the TExES exam.
This program offers an exceptional learning experience for educators who are looking for meaningful ways to improve the lives of others. The MEd in Educational Administration is a valuable credential for educators seeking leadership roles within the educational system. The online aspect of this program offers students a convenient way to stay on track or get ahead in the degree program.
MEd in Educational Administration Courses (37 total hours):
- EDUC 6304 Children, Adolescents and Learning (3)
- EDUC 6315 American Educational Reform (3)
- EDAD 6310 Applications of Educational Research (3)
- EDUC 5306 Educational Applications of Technology (3)
- EDUC 6301 Classroom Management (3)
- EDAD 6301 Administrative Theory and Practice (3)
- EDAD 6302 Instructional Leadership and Evaluation (3)
- EDAD 6303 School Law (3)
- EDAD 6304 School Business Management and Finance (3)
- EDAD 6308 The Role of the Principal (3)
- EDAD 6291 Internship in the Principalship (2)
- EDAD 6292 Internship in the Principalship (2)
- EDSP 5302 Survey of Exceptional Children (3)