The Master of Education in Educational Administration and Supervision prepares graduates for P-12 school leadership. The program is a fully online cohort model, with new cohorts beginning each fall semester. Each cohort can accommodate only a limited number of students; therefore, prospective students are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
Students enrolled in this program will be required to complete an administrative internship over three semesters, beginning in the second semester of the program. As part of the internship experience, students will be required to identify a primary and a secondary mentor (Principal or Assistant Principal) who will agree to supervise the student during the internship and evaluate the student's performance at its conclusion.
This program of study meets Mississippi's state standards for advanced licensure. Students who intend to seek licensure in another state should verify that this program of study meets the desired state's licensure requirements. For assistance with out-of-state licensure questions, please complete the Professional Licensure Form.