Master of Education in Educational Administration (M.Ed. Admin.)

The Master of Education (Educational Administration) is designed to provide professional growth opportunities for educators in the field of school educational leadership from a biblical perspective. Students are prepared to assume leadership roles in various educational settings.

The curriculum for this concentration provides opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, and dispositions in the broad scope of school administrative responsibilities from a biblical perspective. These responsibilities include leadership theory, school law, financial principles, faculty and staff supervision, data–informed decision making, strategic planning, and development.

The M.Ed. (Educational Administration) is available fully online. Students should consult with the M.Ed. program director in planning their degree program.

What You'll Learn 

You will gain a foundation in educational leadership skills such as these:

  • Applying educational theories to effective teaching, analysis, and content-design strategies, as well as the ability to articulate those theories and principles and how they inform education from a biblical worldview
  • Techniques for educational research, problem solving, and assessment, and for fostering a nurturing school culture, including consideration of cultural differences within the community
  • Methods of collaborating and communicating with other professionals and the community, creating a climate conducive to spiritual transformation within the school setting, and being a lifelong learner

Program Length 

This 30-credit-hour degree can be completed in 5 semesters although the time may be extended up to 6 years.

Why Earn an M.Ed. at CIU Online?

  • Highly engaged, collaborative online classes that use real-life case studies to help students develop familiarity with educational issues and practice addressing them
  • Courses designed with the Christian educator in mind, taught by professors with experience in the subjects they teach
  • Faculty and staff who are dedicated to getting to know you and providing both academic and spiritual support and guidance
  • An M.Ed. program consistent with the certification requirements of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)

PROGRAM DETAILS

You can find information about admissions requirements, policies, and time limitations of the program in our academic catalog.

Career and Ministry Opportunities for Educational Administration (M.Ed. Admin.) Graduates

Your Master’s in Education will prepare you to do what you do best: teach and lead in a variety of educational settings.

  • Leadership Positions: Lead and supervise in a variety of educational settings with the knowledge and skills from a biblical perspective in the areas of supervision, leadership, and data-informed decision making.
  • Academic Careers: Prepare for further graduate work, especially a Ph.D. in education or a related discipline, leading to teaching and research positions at the college and university level.

Master of Education in Educational Administration (M.Ed. Admin.) Admission Requirements

  • Completed application
  • $25 application fee
  • Official transcripts for highest earned degree and any master’s degree work
  • One professional reference and one general reference
  • Minimum cumulative 2.7 GPA

Degree Program Faculty

Milton Uecker, Professor Emeritus of Education at CIU

Milton V. Uecker

Professor Emeritus - Education

B.A., Concordia Teachers College; M.Ed., University of Texas at Austin; Ed.D., University of Virginia

 

Brian Simmons

Brian Simmons

Associate Provost for Online Studies - Education, CoE

B.A., Grand Rapids Baptist College; B.S.; Calvin College; M.S.E., Indiana University; Ed.D. Ball State University

 

A photo of Debbie Moore, Master of Education Program Director.

Debbie Moore

Master of Education (M.Ed.) Program Director, Professor of Education

B.S., Toccoa Falls College; M.Ed., Bob Jones University; Ed.D., Columbia International University

 

A photo of Connie Mitchell, dean of the College of Education at CIU.

Connie Mitchell

Dean of the College of Education

B.A., Florida Bible College; B.S., Bryan College; M.A., Ed.D., University of Miami

 

Photo of Mark McCann, a professor at CIU, a Christian university in South Carolina.

Mark McCann

Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Program Director, Professor of Education

B.A., Florida Bible College; M.S., Nova Southeastern University; Ed.D., University of Central Florida

 

2019 Best Online Master's in Educational Administration by BestColleges.com

Format
Online
Credit Hours
30