2021 - 2022 Graduate Bulletin


Educational Administration: Administration and Supervision

(Online Only through NMU Global Campus)

Program Requirements

The master of arts in education with a concentration in administration and supervision provides the skills for beginning principals at the elementary, middle or secondary level. Course work focuses on research and practice in governance, management, organizational structure, human behavior, supervision of instruction and leadership skills. The required internship provides an opportunity to integrate theory, research and practice under the supervision of a qualified administrator.

Upon completion of coursework, apply at www.michigan.gov/moecs for an administrator certificate for grades K-12.

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  • Total Credits Required for Degree

Students who already possess a master's degree may choose to obtain a K-12 principal certificate by completing only the 25 credits of concentration.