Saint Leo University

Master of Education - Educational Leadership

Accelerate your career with an online Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership. Find the home and work life balance you need to pursue your degree while enrolling in our online master’s program. Are you already a full-time educator? Take on a new leadership role in your school and community, increase your effectiveness in the classroom, and make a greater impact on the lives of youth.

Wherever you are on your journey, Saint Leo will meet you there. This fully integrated online degree program prepares educators who hold a valid teaching certificate to lead an educational institution, emphasizing the core knowledge and skills required to fully participate in educational governance at the building, district, and community level.

Most school administrators must earn a master’s degree and license or certification before they can begin a career as a principal or educational leader. Although a handful of states do not yet require licenses or certifications, most states follow the national guidelines set by the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium to assess beginning school leaders.

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