Master of Arts in Education/Administration and Supervision
Make a Difference as a Principal
You know firsthand what it's like to teach and have an impact on the next generation. You see opportunities for change and growth at your school and within your district, and you have what it takes to lead a school and to contribute to the success of students and educators.
University of Phoenix offers an Education degree in Administration and Supervision, which will educationally prepare you for licensure as a school principal.
Administration and Supervision Degree
In our Master of Arts in Education/Administration and Supervision degree program, educators like you gain practical knowledge in classes taught by experienced educational leaders.
The courses in our MAED/Administration and Supervision degree program provide a foundation in education finance, school law, principal roles and responsibilities, community relations, and personnel supervision. The knowledge and skills developed from these courses is essential to helping you become a successful and ethical administrator.
To give you an even better idea of the responsibilities you'll face as a school principal, you'll participate in a required internship that incorporates fiscal operations and community relations, as well as curriculum, instruction and assessment.
Elevate your leadership and make an impact in your educational community. Take the next step. Pursue an administration and supervision degree from University of Phoenix.
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Our education programs are designed to serve the needs of initial and experienced teachers, and adult educators who want to enhance their knowledge and practice of adult learning theory.
University of Phoenix advanced degree programs (Administration & Supervision, Curriculum & Instruction/Reading, and Teacher Leadership) may lead to certification in some states. The College of Education offers state-approved programs in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Utah. Individual programs vary by state, and not all programs are available at all locations or in both online and on-campus modalities.
Candidates may request an institutional recommendation upon successful completion of their program (academic and program requirements). Candidates should check with their state agency for any state-specific requirements, including the acceptability of the University's advanced programs in any state in which they intend to seek licensure or certification. Program requirements are subject to change based on state certification requirements. Please speak to a campus representative for a listing of programs available at each campus location.