The education specialist degree in administration and supervision primarily serves educators who aspire to become school superintendents, curriculum directors, or directors of special education. It also serves educators who wish to advance beyond the master of arts degree.
The education specialist degree qualifies graduates for administrative certification in most states. The program offers enough flexibility to meet most individual needs. Leadership theory, organizational behavior and structure, management theory and practice, curriculum, supervision and evaluation all figure prominently in the course work. In addition to building a sound theoretical and technical base for the practicing administrators, the program forms a major foundation for subsequent doctoral work.
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