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Are you a professional in education with at least three years of relevant experience and wish to enter into a leadership position?

If so, our Master of Arts in educational administration program will advance your professional knowledge and lead you to Pre-K through grade 12 principal certification.

The mission of our Master of Arts in educational administration program is to prepare professional educators for leadership positions as school administrators or principals.

On Campus or Fully Online

At Point Park University, we understand the needs of today's students and have tailored our graduate education programs to offer flexible delivery formats including on-campus and fully online.

 

Pictured is educational administration alumnus Adam Sikorski.

Adam Sikorski '09 was appointed principal of Pittsburgh Colfax K-8 after earning his M.A. in educational administration.

Courses & Topics

Some of the courses in the master's degree in educational administration program include:

  • Human Development and Classroom Management
  • Issues in Law and Education
  • Educational Administration
  • The Principalship
  • Curriculum Supervision and Leadership
  • Applied Research Practicum

Faculty bring industry experience and expertise to the classroom

Courses are taught by faculty taught who have years of real-world experience as teachers and administrators in the education field.

Meet the faculty
Pictured is Elisabeth Ehrlich, Ed.D.
FACULTY SPOTLIGHT
  • Served as assistant superintendent for Clairton City School District
  • Was the elementary principal for Highlands School District
  • Worked as a Title 1 Reading Teacher for various school districts in Pennsylvania