Master of Arts in School Administration
Areas of Study: Visit the Master's in School Administration Areas of Study page to learn more about the degree.
Initial Program Plan for Master's in School Administration
(Updated August 2006)
|**EA-625||Foundations of Educational Administration||3|
|**GR-691||Methods of Research||3|
|Curriculum Construction: Elementary
Curriculum Construction: Secondary
|Elementary School Administration
Secondary School Administration
|**EA-655||School Business & Facilities Management/Public Relations||3|
|**EA-660||Administration & Supervision of Special Education||3|
|Internship: Elementary School Administration
Internship: Secondary School Administration/Vocational
The internship should be completed during 6-12 month period of time.
|EA-688||ISLLC Assessment Preparation||1|
You must register for the exam as if it were a course
|** Prerequisites for the ISLLC Assessment (EA-688)||28|
|A.||EA-682 or EF-690 or EF-691 or EF-692 or EF-694 or EF-696||3|
|B.||EA-682 or EA-641 or EA-649 (2) or EA-622 or EA-638 or EA-639 or CP-621 or EL-600 or EX-601 or IE-595 or SE-602 or SE-603 or SE-655||2/3|
|C.||EA-682 or ED-615 or EX-693 or GP-630 or IE-595 or PE-540 or PY-571 or SM-570 or SM-612 or SM-655||3|
Students wishing to pursue a thesis option (3 or 6 credit hours) should enroll in EA-694 Thesis. If this option is chosen, it may be substituted for 3 or 6 hours of electives from section B or C.
A person cannot be certified in Missouri without successfully passing an assessment process directed by the Leadership Academy (Assessment Center) of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The test will be six hours in length. Missouri administrators must hold a valid teaching certificate prior to qualifying for the administrator certificate and have a minimum of two years teaching experience. Also, all educators in Missouri must take EX-390 Psychology and Education of the Exceptional Child or a graduate course in Education of the Exceptional Child.