The Heritage M.Ed. in Educational Administration program is for educators who aspire to become public- or private-school administration leaders, especially in the role of building principal.
The path is clear
Earning your M.Ed. in Educational Administration with an administrative certificate requires 34 credits. If you already have a M. Ed. degree, the administrative certificate portion only takes 22 credits.
Heritage’s individual attention and holistic approach to your education ensures you leave as a well-prepared leader. Instructors include superintendents, assistant superintendents, and principals with years of experience in their fields. You’ll learn the latest educational theory and gain real-world insights from people who know what works.
During the program, you’ll build a portfolio of research-based experience that speaks to all six national standards established by the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC). The one-year internship will accustom you to a diversity of language, income, and ethnic backgrounds while you work directly with district supervisors, faculty, students, parents and community and government entities.
Success is in reach
Heritage makes continuing education fit your busy life. The Educational Administration degree is conveniently offered in Tri-Cities, Toppenish, and online. In addition, face-to-face classes are held on Friday evenings and during weekends so that you can continue to work while earning your degree.
Offered in Tri-Cities, Toppenish, and online.