Master of Education in Educational Administration
The College of Education and Marquette University are committed to the next generation of school leaders. Our faculty are dedicated to developing outstanding professional change agents in search of social justice. A graduate degree in educational administration is designed for teachers or administrators wishing to complete a master's degree or certification as principals and/ or directors of instruction. You can also earn the principal or director of instruction license without the MEd.
Whether you teach in a public or private school, we're here to make your next degree attainable.
- Teachers in the Milwaukee Metropolitan area are eligible for 1.5 scholarship credits each semester. This amounts to half-off of their tuition during the fall and spring semester (at one course per semester) plus an additional 1.5 credits in the summer.
- Catholic school personnel are eligible for a tuition scholarship funded by the generosity of a private donor since 1980. If you work in an elementary or secondary school in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, you are eligible to apply for a scholarship that can pay up to two-thirds of one graduate course per term.
- Teachers in the Milwaukee Public Schools can apply for the MU-MPS Extraordinary Leadership Cohort, a partnership for up to ten individuals, offering support from both MPS and the College of Education.
Cohorts for the educational administration programs begin during the summer term. The priority application deadline is March 30, 2021. Applications after that date will be given consideration on a rolling basis. We encourage you to contact us if you have concerns about meeting an application deadline or would like consideration to enter the program during the fall term. Applications are available via Marquette University's Graduate School.
For more information on this or any one of our graduate-level programs, please contact Calley Hostad at email@example.com or (414) 288-0659.
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