The Master of Education in PreK-12 Administration and Supervision (MEd) program is a 36-credit hour program.
This multi-faceted, practical program prepares educators for administrative and supervisory positions that include the principalship at all levels and supervisor and director positions across all school division departments. Our graduates have gained all leadership positions including assistant superintendent and superintendent.
- K-12 endorsement in school administration and supervision
- Combination of in-class, clinical, and capstone experiences
- Courses designed to ensure compatibility with Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL), Virginia Competencies, and Council of Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Skills
- Current research, trends, and issues pertaining to instructional leadership in elementary and secondary education
We are proud that more than 99% of our MEd in educational leadership students passed the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA), which is required by the Commonwealth of Virginia, on their first try, and that more than 125 of our graduates have assumed leadership positions in schools or school divisions.
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Roger Jones, EdD
Professor of Educational Leadership
Director of the Doctor of Education in Leadership Studies Program
Co-director of the Center for Leadership