Educational Administration and Supervision (Option C - Non-Certification)

Program Details

Area(s) of Study:
  • Leadership
Associated Degree:
  • Ed.M.
Location(s):
  • On-Campus
Program Level:
  • Masters
Program Type:
  • Degree

Description

The Ed.M. in Educational Administration and Supervision, Option C, does not prepare students for certification. At the master’s degree level, typical programs are offered for school principals, supervisors, and leaders in higher education. To obtain a master of education degree in administration and supervision within elementary or secondary education, students must choose one of the following options:

  • Option A (39 credits) meets the requirements for New Jersey principal and supervisor certification.
  • Option B (36 credits) prepares students for the principal certification only.
  • Option C (30 credits) prepares students in general administration.

The program information on this page pertains to Option C (non-certification) only. The GSE also offers programs in principal and supervisor certification (Option A) and principal certification (Option B).

Admissions

Applications can be completed online or obtained from the Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 56 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 (848-932-7711).  Applications are due by February 1 for fall admission and by November 1 for spring admission.

 

Program Accreditation

The Rutgers University Leadership in Educational Administration and Supervision Program is nationally certified by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). Current certification is for the period 2014-2021. The most recent summary of performance data for our educational administration students can be downloaded here.

Program Requirements

Accepted students will have 5 years to complete the program, from the beginning of any course work to be counted toward the program.

A complete listing of degree requirements are available for download or at Office of Student and Academic Services.

If you have more specific questions about this concentration, please contact Bruce D. Baker.