he George Washington University’s three graduate degrees and Post-Master’s Certificate in Educational Administration prepare practitioners in administration or related careers for leadership roles as principals, mid-level administrators, instructional supervisors, superintendents, researchers, and educators in national organizations and beyond.
A growing shortage of school-based professionals prepared to move into leadership positions in schools and school districts has led to increased opportunities for those with graduate and advanced degrees in educational leadership. Graduates of the Educational Administration programs at The George Washington University will be ready to meet today's challenges of school reform, growing school enrollments, and increasing retirements, to name a few.
Our expert program faculty—scholars, authors, and experienced former principals, superintendents, and state educational officers—bring to life in the classroom the obstacles faced by educational administrators in today's society. Our curriculum is designed to help administrators meet the increasing needs and demands that await 21st-century educators: intellectual leaders who understand curriculum and instruction, who motivate and support teachers and staff, and whose ideas help to lead today's and tomorrow's vibrant educational community.
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