The Master of Education Degree in Educational Administration consists of 36 graduate credit hours.
The following courses need to be completed to earn a Master’s degree.
EDUL 6300 Introduction to Research & Evaluation
EDUL 6339 Organizational Leadership
EDUL 6388 Socio-Cultural Foundations of Education
EDUL 6392 School and Community Relations
EDUL 6333 Curriculum Development
EDUL 6334 Instructional Leadership
EDUL 6385 Public School Law
EDUL 6337 Administration of Special Instructional Programs
EDUL 6335 Leadership for Successful Schools
EDUL 6389 Budgeting/Business/Personnel
EDUL 6338 The School Principalship
EDUL 6393 Adminsitration of School Staff Personnel
- Students may apply for the TExES after admittance into the Principal Credential Certification Program.
- Students must schedule their Master’s Written Comprehensive Exam during the last semester of coursework, and apply for Graduation at the Graduate Office 6-8 months prior to graduating.
- Students may substitute two courses for two Thesis courses (EDUL 7300 & 7301). The student will meet with his or her advisor to determine which courses to substitute.