Move from leading your classroom to leading an entire school with Concordia University, Nebraska’s Master of Education in Educational Administration.
Learn from top-ranked educational practitioners and academic professionals: what you study in class is directly relevant to your career path as you prepare for certification as an elementary or secondary school principal.
Concordia, Nebraska’s M.Ed. in Educational Administration program qualifies you for one level of administrative certification after completing the 36-hour program. Your teaching certificate determines the level of administrative certificate you earn – either elementary administration (K-8) or secondary administration (7-12). If your certificate is K-12, then we look at your teaching experience to determine the appropriate level. A 45 credit-hour Dual Certification M.Ed. program (elementary and secondary) is also available.
Many states require Athletic Directors at a public school have a strong skill set in Athletics Administration and an Education Administrator Endorsement. The Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Education Administration with a concentration in Athletics Administration allows you to meet both of these demands by receiving an Education Administrator Endorsement while meeting the academic qualifications necessary to earn the Certified Athletic Administrator designation through the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. This degree option will provide the academic and professional credentials you need to rise to an Athletic Administration position with the knowledge and skill set that decreases the typical learning curve.
School curriculum development and implementation
Techniques and principles of school organization, management, and leadership
Duties and responsibilities of supervising instruction
Educational administration processes, including fiscal and political management
Ethics related to administering educational systems
School law and its utilization
The full range of school administrator performance, including effective communication, group processes, evaluation, and staff development
The next start date for Educational Administration is Monday, May 1.
Our Master of Education program in Educational Administration qualifies you for one level of administrative certification after completing the 36-hour program. Nebraska Department of Education requires a 45-graduate-hour program (nine additional hours) for both levels of certification. Your teaching certificate determines the level of administrative certificate you earn first. If your certificate is K-12, then we look at your teaching experience. Based on that information we determine the area (elementary or secondary) for your additional nine hours of coursework.
All degrees and certifications are accredited by the Nebraska Department of Education and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The Nebraska Department of Education requires two years of teaching for the certification. Students seeking Educational Administration certification in states other than Nebraska should determine the licensure requirements in the state(s) in which they will be seeking certification. Written approval that this program will be acceptable for licensure by their state's educational department should be obtained prior to beginning the program.
With your M.Ed. from Concordia University, Nebraska, you'll be equipped to make a difference in your classroom and the lives of your students.
At Concordia, we don’t require you take tests before you start your program. The GRE and GMAT are not necessary for you to pursue your potential and get started on your degree today.
We provide you with options so you can earn your degree in the way that works best for you.