Master of Education Degree
The Master of Education in administrative and policy studies may be earned in combination with the certification programs in K-12 principal or supervisor of curriculum and instruction.
The Master of Education degree requires 36 credits.
The Master of Education degree with K-12 principal certification requires a minimum of 36 credits.
Requirements for completing the certification program without the MEd are as follows:
- K-12 Principal: 24 credits
- Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction: 24 credits
- Superintendent’s Letter of Eligibility: 24 credits
For additional degree requirement information, refer to the School of Education section on Master’s Degree Requirements, and to the Education Leadership webpage.