Request more information and we will connect you with an advisor who can answer your questions and help you map out a plan of study.
Ball State education administration alumnus Evans Branigan encourages colleagues to make a daily difference. Read his story.
How do we make quality education the nation’s top priority? There’s no question that educational leadership plays a central role.
And there’s no question that Ball State’s history, its alumni network, and its national recognition are ideal for preparing educators like you for the task of school leadership. Our master of arts in education (MAE) in educational administration and supervision provides you with the preparation to earn a K-12 administration and supervision license—and it’s offered completely online.
This 36-hour program can be completed in as little as 18-20 months. What’s more . . .
In addition to earning a master’s, the state of Indiana
mandates that building leaders must have completed a minimum of two years of
teaching experience prior to serving as a principal. Also, the state of
Indiana—like most states—requires that applicants for a principal’s license
pass a leadership assessment administered by the state.
Check out our admission requirements and curriculum and course sequences for the program. Request more information and we will connect you with an advisor. She can also help you with any transfer credits you might have.
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