College of Education students will find many helpful resources on COE Central. Program handbooks provide a wealth of information on topics such as professional expectations, clinical experiences, clinical practice, internships, edTPA and much more. Milestone roadmaps, technology and multimedia resources, and various toolkits are also available.
Your academic counselor will help you schedule your classes for the Master of Arts in Education/Administration and Supervision.
Plus, you’ll find support from our dedicated program support specialists who partner with you during your required 30 hours field experience (minimum) and 240 hours internship (or more if required by your state). Our program support specialists also help you navigate state licensure requirements, principal certification and any questions you encounter along the way.
The Master of Arts in Education/Administration and Supervision is a graduate degree program intended to prepare candidates for K-12 school principal licensure. Candidates for this program have already earned a bachelor’s degree. The program includes a clinical component requiring field experiences and an administrative internship above and beyond program coursework. There may be additional qualifications and/or disqualifications applicable in order to work as a principal with any local, state or federal entity. Requirements for licensure vary by state.