Educational Administration Program



  • Superintendent Licensure
  • Principal Licensure
  • Administrative Specialist Licensure
  • School Treasurer Licensure (New August 2021)




The Educational Administration Master of Education degree provides the preparation required for principals, administrative specialists, superintendents and other educational administration positions. Students in the program collaborate with area school administrators, learn from faculty who are experts in their field and gain hands-on experience through internships in local school settings.

The MEd in Educational Administration program consists of 9 credit hours of core courses plus 21 credit hours of licensure courses.


Contact information:

Dr. Brett A. Burton, Assistant Professor of Education, Chair of Educational Administration

(513) 745-4230