Education Leadership At a Glance

Length

Varies based on program (24 – 42 credits)

Start Terms

Fall, Spring, Summer

Format

On-Campus, Online

Credits & Concentrations

  • Administrative I Principal PK-12 Certification (27 credits)

  • Curriculum and Instruction Supervisor PK-12 Certification (27 credits)

  • Supervisory I Special Education PK-12 Certification (24 credits)

  • Administrative I Principal PK-12 & Curriculum and Instruction Supervisor PK-12 Certifications (30 credits)

  • Administrative I Principal PK-12 & Supervisory I Special Education PK-12 Certifications (36 credits)

  • Curriculum and Instruction Supervisor PK-12 & Supervisory I Special Education PK-12 Certifications (33 credits)

  • Administrative I Principal PK-12; Curriculum and Instruction Supervisor PK-12 & Supervisory I Special Education PK-12 Certifications (39 credits)

  • M.S. in Education (Educational Leadership) without Certification (36 credits)

  • M.S. in Education (Educational Leadership) with Administrative I Principal PK-12 Certification (36 credits)

  • M.S. in Education (Educational Leadership) with Curriculum and Instruction Supervisor PK-12 Certification (36 credits)

  • M.S. in Education (Educational Leadership) with Supervisory I Special Education PK-12 Certification (36 credits)

  • M.S. in Education (Educational Leadership) with Administrative I Principal PK-12 & Curriculum and Instruction Supervisor PK-12 Certifications (36 credits)

  • M.S. in Education (Educational Leadership) with Administrative I Principal PK-12; Curriculum and Instruction Supervisor PK-12 & Supervisory I Special Education PK-12 Certifications (42 credits)

Full-time

9 credits per semester

Part-time

6 credits or less per semester

Tuition & Fees

$765/credit (2018-2019)

Average Class Size

10-15 students

Average Work Experience

The average student in the program ranges from early career (0-2 years of experience) to advanced career (10+ years).

Housing

While most of our graduate students commute, there are resources available for those interested in living on-campus, or in near-by off-campus housing. For more information, please visit Adult Student Life Housing.

Jobs in Educational Leadership

Our graduates work in the following areas:

  • Principal or assistant principal

  • District/private school/learning center administrator

  • Supervisor of curriculum

  • Director or supervisor of special education

  • Superintendent or assistant superintendent of schools

  • Executive directors/leaders in organizations, corporations, and non-profits

 

Graduate assistantships

 

Graduate assistantships are offered on a limited basis. Please contact the program director for availability or Hawk Central at sju.edu/hawkcentral    

Support for Veteran Students

SJU is a yellow ribbon school that accepts GI education benefits. Our Office of Veterans Service can help you access and understand the benefits available to you and will support you during your educational career at SJU.

Adult Student Life

SJU’s Office of Adult Student Life provides programming, advocacy and support services for graduate students. Find more information here.