What makes our Educational Leadership Masters stand out:
- Hybrid model designed for working professionals requiring only five on-campus Saturday classes per semester
- Intensive leadership training with interactive learning models
- Social justice focus with on-site Moton Museum, the birthplace of civil rights in education
Designed for teachers who dream of being leaders in the field of education, this is a hybrid program with just five on-campus Saturdays per semester. You’ll fuse theory with real-world relevance. You’ll analyze leadership through multiple viewpoints. You’ll learn to impact lasting change. You’ll promote social justice and equity. You’ll prepare for administrative, supervisory and leadership roles in public and private schools; school divisions; and educational organizations.
This 36-credit graduate program will transform you from a good teacher into a great leader.
Longwood University is located in the charming town of Farmville, Virginia, which hosted the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate and is home to a growing number of dining and shopping destinations.
Earn Your Administration and Supervision PreK-12 Endorsement
Upon successful completion of program coursework, passing scores on the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA), and fulfillment of Virginia Department of Education's three-year teaching requirement, candidates will be prepared and endorsed to serve as educational leaders in today's schools and school divisions.
- Assistant principal
- Dean of students
- School superintendent
- Central office director or specialist