Skip to header Skip to Content Skip to Footer
Outside view of the rear side of Watson Building

School Administration, Add-on Licensure

Expand Your Possibilities
  • 9

    Credit Hours Coursework

  • 15

    Credit Hours Internship

  • 100%


program completion feature
program completion feature


Advanced professional training for aspiring school principals

Interactive and engaging courses taught by expert faculty

Program is comprised of conceptual and programmatic studies, practicum, internships and an e-portfolio of projects

Flexible online program designed for working teachers

This program has helped me feel confident in my leadership abilities and be realistic about challenges I’m going to face as an educational leader.
Olivia School Administration Degree
Olivia, School Administration Degree

Master of School Administration

School Administration Program Overview

Bryan Tunstall

“The role of an administrator in education is a little bit of everything. As a leader, you want to be seen as leading, not telling people what to do. That’s one of the skills the MSA program has really taught me.”

Portrait of Dr. Brian Tunstall in a suit and tie

Regina Wooten

“I already had knowledge from teaching, but I was able to see things through a different lens. The MSA program challenges educators to look at the big picture.”

Portrait of Dr. Regina Wooten leaning on a stair railing

Graham Elmore

“In the MSA program, I was networking with students all across the state, even in different parts of the country that were enrolled in some of my classes. It was really interesting to have an opportunity to develop a cohort that was much bigger than our zip code.”

Portrait of Dr. Graham Elmore in a suit and tie

Kate Tayloe

“The Add-on Licensure program is set up to immerse your you in the standards for school executives. It gave me an opportunity to understand what the role and the expectations of the school administrator are.”

Portrait of Dr. Kate Taylor wearing a white top and pearl earrings