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M. Ed. - School Administration & Supervision (Building Level administrator)
The 33 credit hour M.Ed.-School Administration and Supervision program prepares students for positions of leadership as school administrators. The M.Ed. program fulfills, in part, the requirements for the Building-Level Administration License prescribed by the Division of Professional Standards, Indiana Department of Education.
In order to qualify for the Building-Level Administration License, the student must complete the M.Ed. school administration and supervision program, must hold an Indiana teaching license, must present evidence of at least two years of teaching experience, and must pass the state licensure examination. A person who already holds a master’s degree leading to other teaching licenses may qualify for the Building-Level Administration License by completing the Post-Master’s, Non-Degree License Program for School Administration.
**Principal Cohort Orientation - August 1, 2015 --Location - Bayh College of Education, UH 110G
The distinct features of the program include:
- Blended distance education delivered program via interactive television and/or the Web augmented by on-campus Saturday sessions three times per semester.
- Designed to serve public and private sector working professionals for positions of school leadership in either setting.
- Nationally recognized internship experience by the American Association of School Administrators (AASA).
- Linkages with large network of alumni for mentoring and support, many of whom have won statewide honors for their work.
- Graduates that achieve among the highest scores on the School Leader Licensing Assessment (SLLA) exam among administration preparation programs in the state.
- ISLLC and Indiana Professional Standards guided curriculum.
- Rolling admission (students can start any semester or during the summer).
- Scholarship and grant opportunities available to help you to fund your degree. For information, click here.