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.
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, Aug 29.
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.
Whether you're most comfortable studying with a group of peers in class, at your own pace from the comforts of your home, or a mix of both, we offer you the choice between on-campus, online or hybrid course options.
We provide you with options so you can earn your degree in the way that works best for you.