Educational Leadership and Administration

The University of Cincinnati Master of Education in Educational Leadership prepares excellent leaders for excellent schools. The curriculum is based on theory, practice, and policy, and is focused on developing the leadership skills which every student brings to the program. With no required campus visits, the 30-credit degree can be completed in as few as 21 months.

A degree in Educational Leadership gives you many options. Our graduates have gone on to roles as principals and assistant principals, union leaders, department chairs, and school board contributors. Many choose to stay in the classroom and use their newfound skills in communication to help their students reach their full potential. The bottom line is that the Educational Leadership degree is about providing you the flexibility to follow the path that is right for you both right now and in the future.

The Office

Have you always found yourself taking on additional responsibilities at your school? The administration or principal path is for teachers ready to move away from the classroom. Learn about careers, growth, and salary.

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The Classroom

An Educational Leadership degree doesn’t mean you have to become a principal—but it does mean that door will always be open to you. Learn how this degree will help even if you stay in the classroom.

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Principal Clinical Internship

The University of Cincinnati offers an outstanding internship experience as part of the Educational Leadership program.

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Reciprocity & Principal Licensure

Requirements for Principal Licensure change frequently, so understanding where to find your state’s information and their reciprocity agreements is important. This section will help.

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