Earn Your Master of Arts in Educational Administration at the University of Michigan-Flint
The University of Michigan-Flint’s Master of Arts in Educational Administration prepares candidates for leadership positions within the P-12 environment. Whether looking to transform schools, obtain the administrative certification, or gain leadership experience and skills, the MA in Educational Administration is the graduate program to take you there.
A flexible format allows busy working professionals the opportunity to complete the program part-time over two years (36 credits), and blends online asynchronous coursework with monthly classes that may be offered as online sessions, on the UM-Flint campus or as a hybrid of both options. These classes are held one Saturday a month.
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The Educational Administration program’s in-depth curriculum is rigorous, challenging, and well-rounded. Courses develop your broad base of knowledge as well as a specialized understanding that prepare you to succeed as a leader in educational administration. Course and project work provides you with an informed perspective on the range of challenges and responsibilities facing P-12 education today.
- Graduates are awarded a Master of Arts in Educational Administration
- The program is approved by the Michigan Department of Education for Principal Preparation
- Upon graduation students are eligible to apply for the mandatory School Administrator Certificate.
- Students are prepared to pursue higher degrees including, the Education Specialist and Doctor of Education at UM-Flint.
The next step in your career starts with a UM-Flint graduate degree.