Master in Educational Administration

Educational Administration

In today’s world, it just isn’t enough to earn a bachelor’s degree and expect to make a real difference in the lives of your students. In this program, you’ll explore new ways of integrating academic theory and teaching and gain new skills that offer the most positive impact on your students.

About Our Program

The Heritage University Principal and Program Administrator Certification Program, with optional M.Ed. in Educational Administration, is tailored to meet the needs of experienced educators who aspire to leadership roles in K-12 systems.

Heritage’s individual attention and holistic approach to your education ensures you leave as a well-prepared leader in the ever-changing and advancing education environment. Instructors include superintendents, assistant superintendents and principals with years of experience in their fields. You’ll learn the latest in educational theory and gain real-world experience and insights from people who know what works. Plus, our program offers an accelerated one-year option for highly qualified candidates.

Our program is designed for the successful working professional — you! Our unique blended design is practical and balances your workload. Now more than ever, we need leaders like our Heritage Principal Candidates who will question everything and design the future-focused, supportive schools that our students, teachers and communities deserve.

Degree Offerings

Graduate Education Department

Master of Education Degree, M.Ed.

Educational Administration
Teacher Leadership, BLE or ESL, M.Ed.
Teacher Leadership, Curriculum & Instruction, M.Ed.
Teacher Leadership, Math Specialist, M.Ed.
Teacher Leadership, Special Education, M.Ed.

Educational Administration

Program Faculty

Ken Bergevin

Ken Bergevin

Chair, Education Administration Program & MIT & Chr,

Rick Cole

Rick Cole

Assistant Professor


Joanie Monroy

Associate Professor