NNU's Ed.S. Educational Leadership: Superintendent degree program is designed for educational professionals who have a master's degree and building administrator certification who are seeking formal educational leadership roles such as superintendent, assistant superintendent and other school district central office roles.
EDUC8000 Orientation: Graduate Education (0)
EDUC7556 Conceptual Statistics and Applications for Educators (3)
EDUC7579 Special Education Law for Administrators (2)
EDUC7584 Data-Driven Decision Making (3)
EDUC8670 Labor Relations in Schools (3)
EDUC8671 Educational Change: A Historical Perspective (3)
EDUC8672 The Superintendency (3)
EDUC8673 Advanced School Finance (3)
EDUC8674 School Facilities (3)
EDUC8675 Public Relations and Marketing for Schools (3)
EDUC8676 Special Populations: Issues and Resources (3)
EDUC8678 Central Office Internship (1-3) (2 semesters; 4 total credits required)
EDUC8678B Central Office Internship Portfolio Binder (0-1)
Total Credits: A minimum of 33 semester credits are required.
Initial principal endorsement may be obtained through an Education Specialist degree. Please see Education Specialist, Educational Leadership-Building Administrator.
Notice Out-of-State Students
Since this is a program that leads to professional licensure, prospective students should review important information about NNU’s participation in the National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) and Professional Licensure about this program. Individual states often have different expectations for professional licensure, so it is in a prospective student’s best interest to investigate whether NNU’s degree program will help them achieve licensure in their home state.
$545 per credit - See All Tuition & Fee Info
|Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School||$74,990|
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