Programs within Educational Leadership, Administration, and Policy prepare future administrators, supervisors, principals, superintendents and other leaders in public and nonpublic schools and church settings.
The programs develop educators and trainers for other settings such as business, industry, government, hospitals, museums and libraries.
Prepares students for leadership responsibilities and positions such as principal, supervisor, department chair, assistant principal, etc.
Prepares students for students looking to develop their knowledge and skills for a leadership role in education on many levels.
Graduates are prepared for positions as school building leaders, such as principal, supervisor, department chair, assistant principal, etc.
Church and Non-Public School Leadership
Builds skills for Catholic education leadership: spirituality; high creativity and imagination; and exceptionally global in thought and action.
Our Administration and Supervision doctoral program is designed to prepare transformative leaders who understand the social, political, economic, and cultural changes that will alter traditional conceptions of American society.