Division of Teacher Education, Leadership, and Research

Master of Education in Educational Administration and Supervision

The Master of Education degree in Education Administration and Supervision (MED-EAS) focuses on educational administration and supervision in public or independent school settings.

  • 30 hour program, 10 courses
  • can be completed in 1 year
  • all courses offered online
  • enroll any semester
  • focused on Professional Standards for Education Leaders (PSEL)

Goals
#1  – Produce graduates who are instructional leaders, act with integrity, are change agents, focus on continuous improvement, and engage the larger community.
#2 – To serve participating educational leaders by sharing academic resources, providing avenues of collaboration, and facilitating relevant research.

The case study performed by Stanford University named the Educational Leadership Program one of the top 8 programs in the USA.

In order to be completely admitted to a graduate program, applicants have to be admitted to the university and satisfy the standards set by the selected degree program.

M.Ed. Program of Study for all candidates

Application for Comprehensive Exam*

*Important Dates for Spring 2020 Comps
Deadline to apply for comps February 17, 2020
Deadline to submit a request for an alternative site February 17, 2020
Spring 2020 Comps Testing Date March 2, 2020

Contact


Kathleen Lott
Program Advisor
klott@deltastate.edu
P: 662-846-4368

Dr. Diana Ezell
Coordinator
dezell@deltastate.edu

Dr. Lynn Reed
Assistant Professor
lreed@deltastate.edu
P: 662-846-4374

Dr. Merideth Van Namen
Chair, Division of Teacher Education, Leadership, & Research
mvannamen@deltastate.edu
P: 662-846-4370
F: 662-846-4309