This program is offered primarily on the Anderson campus and includes some online courses.
Our Master of Education in Administration and Supervision prepares teachers to become school principals at the Elementary or Secondary level.
This 42-hour program, which leads to licensure by the South Carolina Department of Education in Elementary or Secondary administration, meets the standards of the Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) and the evaluation criteria of the South Carolina Program for Assisting, Developing, and Evaluating Principal Performance (PADEPP).
You can complete this program in 18 months, including four, two-week terms during June and July. This program culminates in two, three-month internships, one of which can be completed at the candidate's school, while the other must be completed at an alternate public school. The internships facilitate the candidate's application of principles included in the program coursework, such as finance, instructional leadership, principal leadership, data analysis, and school relations with the community.