Master of Arts in Educational Administration

The Educational Administration program consists of 36 credits and provides theoretical and practical coursework in school leadership. It is designed to develop school administration leaders in both the public and private sectors of education.

Students may combine the master’s degree and the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC) or earn a master’s degree only.

All master's and PASC candidates complete a portfolio, exit interview and comprehensive exam at the completion of their program.

Credential candidates must possess a teaching or services credential and have five years of experience under that credential by the expected date of program completion. Credential candidates who have been recommended for an administrative appointment in a district may be eligible for an administrative internship.

Learning outcomes for this program may be found at www.redlands.edu/MA-EDAD/learning-outcomes.