Master of Education, Educational Leadership and Administration

Master of Education, Educational Leadership and Administration

M.Ed. Administration Opportunities

  • Department Chair
  • School Administrator
  • Principal
  • Professor
  • Superintendent

Step Into P-12 Administration With MACU’s Online Master’s in Educational Leadership

Employees at Oklahoma schools receive a 10 percent tuition discount on their degree program.

Students and teachers in today’s P-12 environment need administrators with a solid commitment to education and an ethical management approach. They need role models. School leaders have the potential to positively impact the lives of everyone on their campus.

Get prepared for a role as a principal, superintendent, administrator, or other school leader. A master’s in educational leadership (M.Ed.) from Oklahoma City-based Mid-America Christian University (MACU) is the edge you need to advance in P-12 education. School leadership positions at the building level, and principals at every education level, are part of a job market expected to increase at a rate of 8% over the next twenty years.

Coursework in our online master’s in education administration includes public school law and finance, evaluation skills, and research methods. Plus, as an integral part of MACU’s curriculum, you’ll gain leadership skills from a Christian perspective.

Program Information

A MACU Online M.Ed. Is Designed for Busy Teaching Professionals

MACU knows what it takes for working adults to fulfill their dreams—streamlined coursework with an abundance of support and interaction from professors and peers. Every course in our online education administration degree offers students opportunities to share ideas through discussion and to learn from the experiences of both their instructors and other program participants.

Additional benefits of this 33-hour online master’s degree program include:

  • Just one course at a time every six weeks in a consecutive order with a cost of $440 per credit hour
  • No GMAT required for entrance
  • Instruction from Oklahoma educators and superintendents
  • Small classes and low student-to-professor ratio
  • Employees of any Oklahoma school district receive a 10% tuition discount

Although this degree is offered completely online, select courses may be offered on campus depending on student interest and faculty availability. MACU’s program is accredited through the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).

Superintendent Certificate Available

MACU also offers an 18-hour educational leadership and administration certification for students who already have a Master’s in Educational Administration at the principal level. The program emphasizes ethical leadership, fiscal responsibility, social equity, and quality communication through curriculum and directed field experiences. The program is designed to meet national requirements of the National Educational Leadership Program (NELP).

Educational Leadership and Administration From a Christ-Led Perspective

Education administration can be challenging. At MACU, we also believe it’s a calling. When you choose MACU for your M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Administration, you’ll grow not only in knowledge and skill, but also in your Christian faith. You’ll be prepared to handle both everyday situations and unexpected scenarios with wisdom, confidence, and grace.

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