A Master in educational leadership and administration teaches students how to administer schools and educational institutions and how to manage and supervise relations between and with teaching staff. A Master of educational leadership and administration prepares students to lead both classes and other teachers. This program helps advance the careers of educators and those engaged in the profession of teaching.

Program Structure and Coursework

A Master in educational leadership and administration is two years in duration. Those wishing to pursue a Master in educational leadership and administration must have an undergraduate degree at the time of enrolling. Candidates with work experience in a related field are preferred. During the course of the program students are able to consolidate their skills as leaders and managers. Students choose from a number of taught courses. These include:Philosophy of education
Psychology of learning
Theories of leadership
Curriculum development
Topics and trends in education
Educational research
Careers in Educational Leadership & Administration
A Master in educational leadership and administration can find employment across both public and private schools. This program also enables students to pursue careers at higher positions within the school administration. A Master in educational leadership and administration can work in the capacity of a: