Please note that the Educational Administration Program is not accepting new students at this time. If you would like to receive additional information about the program, please complete this inquiry form.
For questions, please contact the Office of Graduate Studies at 216.397.4284 for additional information.
An individual who holds a master’s degree and wishes to be recommended for a license should contact the program coordinator for additional information. At least 24 semester hours must be taken in the department to qualify for a departmental recommendation. Successful completion of the Praxis II Assessments is also required. Electives may be petitioned for acceptance where required courses have already been completed for the master’s degree.
The Educational Administration program is accredited by the Ohio Department of Education, the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), and the Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) from which it has received national recognition. John Carroll is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
- A completed application.
- Two years of teaching experience.
- A copy of license.
- Transcripts from all universities attended.
- An interview with the program coordinator.
|Foundations of Education||ED 500|
|Research Methods||ED 502|
|School Leader as a Facilitator of Organizational Change||ED 517|
|School Leadership I: An Introduction to School Leadership||ED 551|
|School Leadership I: Lab||ED 551L|
|School Leadership II: Instructional Leadership||ED 553|
|School Leadership II: Lab||ED 553L|
|Applied Curriculum Principles||ED 557|
|School Law||ED 558|
|School Leadership III: Issues in School Reform||ED 560|
|School Leadership III: Lab||ED 560L|
|Personnel Administration||ED 561|
|School Finance and Economics||ED 562|
|Technology and the School Administrator||ED 585|
|Internship for School Leaders||ED 596|
- Tuition scholarships are available to all licensed teachers. The scholarship will reduce tuition for graduate courses by 33%.
- The University’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid offers assistance on student loans.