Program Highlights & Benefits
Learn effective school organization, management and leadership
20 month completion time, including holiday breaks
No GRE or admission tests
No weekend classes
Who this Program is For
Professional educators with at least three years of teaching experience who wish to enter the principalship
What You Learn
Our program teaches critical managerial and administrative skills for building community and a coherent, school-wide instructional plan. Featuring hands-on internships with local master administrators, this program is designed to fit within an educator’s busy schedule.
The mission of Averett University is to prepare students to serve and lead as catalysts for positive change. Our program provides the knowledge and understanding required to develop and sustain a dynamic learning environment which promotes success for all learners.
How You Learn
Online Format: The M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision is presented online over 20 months in an accelerated format. You’ll take classes one at a time in 8 week blocks to allow intense study of each concept. The degree program requires a total of
320 internship hours on the elementary, secondary, and central office levels; 120 of which are embedded in coursework. Students will be required to participate in Zoom conferences with the university supervisor.
Upon completion of this program, students will have earned an M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision and upon completion of the SLLA Examination with VDOE will be eligible for endorsement as a School Principal, Grades K-12.
Averett University is proud to announce that 100% of our graduates have successfully passed the SLLA Exam on their first attempt!
|ED 518||Orientation to Graduate Programs||1|
|ED 610||Communication and Community Relations||3|
|ED 612||Education Law||3|
|ED 616||Curriculum Development and Evaluation||3|
|ED 618||Instructional Leadership & Student Academic Achievement||3|
|ED 624||Organizational Management||3|
|ED 625||Human Resource Management and School Finance||3|
|Administration & Supervision of Special ed. and ESL Programs||3|
|ED 634||School Climate and School Improvement||3|
|ED 636||Professionalism: Ethics, Policy, and Prof Development||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||31|
Program and course requirements are based on Competencies outlined by the Virginia Department of Education and are subject to change.
Successful completion of the SLLA is required to obtain the endorsement