Online Master's in Education: Administration | Concordia University

Online Master of Arts in Education: Educational Administration

Concordia University Irvine

Teaching administrators.

The Master of Arts in Education: Educational Administration degree assists administrators and equips teachers for exemplary administrative responsibility.

This program is designed to help the student achieve skills to effectively lead in elementary and secondary schools and allows them to:

  • Facilitate the development and implementation of a vision of learning
  • Collaborate with the school community to promote teaching and learning
  • Model servant leadership while actively nurturing and sustaining a school culture conducive to student learning
  • Implement a balanced approach to decision making in an educational environment
  • Identify effective strategies for lifelong learning in a global and digital world

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Dr. Margaret Christmas-Thomas, Assistant Professor of Education

A reputation for excellence.

At Concordia University, we recognize that amazing educators are a natural product of faculty who inspire and skillfully prepare others to teach.  For this reason, experienced Christian faculty members who are committed to uniting outstanding, fully accredited programming with vocational mission thoughtfully design each course in the program.  Their leadership and expertise are why the School of Education at Concordia University enjoys an excellent reputation in the academic community with graduates teaching throughout the region.

Tuition and fees.

2018-2019 tuition and fees are included here for your reference, but are subject to change without notice.

Tuition/Fee Cost
Application Fee $50
International Application Fee $150
Graduation Fee Graduation Fee
Tuition $555/unit

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