MSE Educational Administration

University of the Southwest's Educational Administration program presents a dynamic combination of theory and practice which prepares the student for public school administration or instructional leadership at the teaching level.

The primary emphasis of the program includes:
  • Educational Leadership and Supervision
  • Theories of Curriculum Development
  • Policies and Public Relations
  • Education Law
  • Educational Finance and Facilities
  • School Administration
  • Theories of Administration
  • Applied Educational Leadership
  • Internship in Educational Administration

                  MSE-Educational Administration Required Courses

EDUC 5103-Educational Research *must be first course taken

EDUC 5413-Introduction to Educational Administration

EDUC 5423-Assessment & Evaluation of Learning

EDUC 5433-Legal and Ethical Issues for Campus Administrators

EDUC 5443-Facility Management and School Safety

EDUC 5453-Parent and Community Involvement

EDUC 5463-Personnel Selection and Professional Development

EDUC 5473-Educational Leadership

EDUC 5493A-Internship in Educational Administration I  (Fall)

EDUC 5493B-Internship in Educational Administration II (Spring)

EDUC 5490A-Continuing Internship in Educational Administration I  (Fall)

EDUC 5490B-Continuing Internship in Educational Administration II (Spring)

See advisor for sequence of completion

Educational Administration Degree Plan

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Educational Administration Program Coordinator/Advisor:
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