MS Educational Administration Program Overview

Learning Outcomes

The MS in Educational Administration program builds skills in decision-making, human resource management, teacher evaluation, and curriculum development. In our graduate program you will:

  • Set expectations for academic achievement among students
  • Learn to become an effective leader and administrator
  • Engage teachers and staff in shared decision-making
  • Develop and administer school budgets and school-wide curriculum decisions
  • Represent and promote your district’s mission and values
  • Collaborate and connect with other administrators

Entrance Requirements

Applicants to the Master of Science - Educational Administration program must have:

  • Bachelor’s degree from regionally accredited college/university
  • Minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00
  • For licensure, an initial teaching license
  • For WI DPI #5051 and #5010 must hold or be eligible to hold a Professional Educator’s license

Locations

The Master of Science - Educational Administration program is offered at our Accelerated Learning Centers and online.

Curriculum

View the Educational Administration curriculm here.

The curriculum for both the Educational Administration and Director of Instruction concentrations include coursework in leadership, educational research methods, legal issues in American education, and supervision of instruction. See our course catalog for our full curriculum.

Faculty Administration

Dr. Elliott Moeser
Director
Elliott.moeser@cuw.edu
262.243.4213

Dr. Richard Schnake
Associate Director
Richard.schnake@cuw.edu
262.243.4530

Financial Assistance

  • Federal Student Aid: Federal Student Loans are available to graduate students seeking degrees.  You may apply online at www.fafsaa.ed.gov. Concordia’s school code is 003842.
  • Preferred Educational Partners: Student’s whose school districts are Preferred Educational Partners receive a tuition reduction.  Please see www.cuw.edu/pep for more information.
  • Christian Educator Discount: Grants are available to teachers in Christian Schools
  • Teach Grant: Students who agree to teach for four years at an elementary, secondary, or educational service agency that serves students from low-income families may be eligible for a Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) grant.