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the master's degree level, typical programs are offered for aspiring school
principals, supervisors, and leaders in higher education.
obtain a master of education degree in administration and supervision within
elementary or secondary education, students must choose one of the following
options. Option A (39 credits) meets the
requirements for New Jersey
principal and supervisor certification.
Option B (36 credits) prepares students for the principal certification
only. Option C (30 credits) prepares
students who are not interested in receiving such certification(s).
note that the Educational Leadership Program, Option B, does not accept credits
earned at other universities.
Required Courses in Educational Administration (30 credits)
15:230:500 Foundations of Educational Administration and Supervision (3)
15:230:501 Leadership and Communication Skills Educational Supervision (3)
15:230:505 School-Community Relations: The Politics of Education (3)
15:230:507 Education Law (3) or 15:230:607 New Jersey Education Law (3)
15:230:514 Personnel Administration (3)
15:230:520 Public School Finance (3)
15:230:521 Supervision of Instruction (3)
15:230:522 Decision Analysis I (3) or 15:230:615 Assessment/Data/Problem Solving (3)
15:230:530 Internship in Educational Administration I (3) (This course has a field experience component.)
15:230:531 Internship in Educational Administration II (3) (This course has a field experience component.)
Educational Administration Electives (6 credits) 15:310:512 Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality in Education (3)
15:310:540 Gender and Education (3)
15:310:542 Urban Education (3)
15:230:___ Educational Administration Elective (3) 15:230:___ Educational Administration Elective (3)