Sometimes, teachers find that they have an additional calling. A master's in Educational Administration gives you the tools you need to lead a school or school district in a positive direction-and make an even greater difference in the lives of children every day.
in the Cincinnati region complete their
administration licensure coursework from Xavier.
Xavier's licensure program ensures master's degree candidates are prepared to obtain licenses required to lead schools and school districts in Ohio and other states.
Flexible schedules let students start classes year-round. Evening classes allow working professionals to finish their degrees as full-time or part-time students.
Off-site locations allow students to start core courses at one of five Cincinnati area locations near work and home.
Core education courses are offered at five Cincinnati area locations, making it even easier for students to take courses. The locations include:
Average salary for principals and superintendents (Bureau of Labor Statistics 2012)
of students are provided job search and placement assistance from the Office of Career Development.
He left four years ago, but Craig Hockenberry is still tethered to the school—and the kids—he began saving more than 11 years earlier.
When he was in high school, Ceair Baggett’s philosophy was, “Never go a day without doing something for someone who will never be able to repay you.” Now the youngest principal in the Cincinnati Public Schools system at age 29, Baggett is able to practice his philosophy every day at one of the most challenging schools in the district.
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati recently named Xavier graduate Susan Gibbons (Master of Education in Educational Administration, '85) the newest director of educational services and superintendent of Cincinnati Catholic Schools.