College of Education
The Master of Education in Educational Administration is for future school administrators. Students choose from two concentrations: K-12 Administration prepares future assistant principals, principals, central office administrators, and superintendents; and Higher Education Leadership prepares future community college and university leaders, especially in student affairs and student services.
Participate in a semester-long field-based administrative internship
Flexible schedules include options for online, hybrid, hi-flex and face-to-face courses
Courses develop the professional competencies to be effective educational leaders
Deyna Aragon’s passion has been to help students navigate college to achieve successful outcomes. She chose the M.Ed. in Educational Administration for its balance of theory and practical application. She immediately was able to use what she learned in the classroom. Today she is a senior academic advisor at the University of Oklahoma.
Graduates secure leadership roles in higher education as well as K-12 public and private schools at the campus and central office levels. They make essential contributions to the learning and holistic development of students.