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Master's Degree Curriculum in Educational Administration Prepares Leaders

KU’s Master’s degree in Educational Administration offers you a graduate program that supports a rather wide range of career opportunities for leadership positions within a PK-12 school district at the building level.  You will first discover and identify your specific career goals and then consult with your faculty advisor to select your elective courses to compliment the required curriculum for all educational administration students.

The Master’s degree in Educational Administration consists of a 36-hour block of course work. The course sequence builds upon itself as you progresses through the program. You will also complete a comprehensive exam in the spring of the second year of the program that covers core coursework within the program.

Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
ELPS 750 Principalship (June) 3
EPSY 715 Understanding Research in Education (July) 3
ELPS 756 Data-Driven Leadership 3
ELPS 757 Education in American Society 3
ELPS 752 Education Law 3
ELPS 755 Human Resource Management 3
ELPS 852 School Resource Management (June) 3
ELPS 854 Students in Society (July) 3
SPED 756 Special Education Leadership 3
ELPS 853 Staff Evaluation & Development 3
C&T 806 Instructional Strategies & Models 3
ELPS 895 Administrative Internship 3

Technical Requirements For Program Enrollment

  • Personal/Individual Computer (Mac or PC)
  • Internet Access (Broadband)
  • Microsoft Office Software (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Adobe Acrobat (PDF)
  • Video Software (e.g., Media Player, QuickTime)
  • Personal/Individual Headphones (optional, but recommended)

For more information, please submit the Request Info form on this page and let us know you are interested.

Campus Locations
This program is available at the KU Edwards Campus in Overland Park! Learn more»
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