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Master of Arts in Education - Educational Leadership NEW (KS) | Graduate Degree Program

Master of Arts in Education - Educational Leadership NEW (KS)


This master’s degree in Education: Educational Leadership (KS) program will prepare you to become a school administrator. Enhance your leadership and management skills with innovative courses that cover educational law and school finances. Field experiences provide opportunities for you to apply learning in real-life situations. This program is designed to meet the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards. Pathways are available for Kansas licensure.

At Ottawa University, we focus on providing a supportive learning environment and small classes where students can get the instruction and assistance they need. With courses in instructional design and evaluation, clinical supervision and assessment, relations for leaders in diverse communication, and more, you will develop a well-rounded understanding of what it takes to excel in educational leadership positions.

We understand the challenges that adult learners and busy students face, which is why we’ve made this program available online. Now you can earn this valuable master’s degree in Education: Educational Leadership on a schedule that works for you.

We have created a master’s degree focusing on educational administration leadership. Upon completion of this program, you will have developed the skills and knowledge necessary to:

  • Become a better teacher
  • Develop more enriching learning experiences
  • Prepare for changes in education
  • Promote improvement through school and community involvement
  • Measure outcomes of school programs, curricula, services and activities
  • Become a leader in education
  • Continue your professional growth

Career Outcomes

With a leadership and administration specialization, you can pursue positions in private and public school systems, charter schools, colleges or universities, or state education departments. Positions include:

  • Principal
  • Assistant principal
  • Athletic director
  • Education coordinator
  • Director of admission
  • Assessment coordinator
  • Dean of students
  • Program director

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