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MEd in Pre-K-12 Administration and Supervision

Embrace Leadership, Influence Education

Transform your potential for educational leadership in two years.

Master of Education in Pre-K-12 Administration and Supervision

The University of Lynchburg's Master of Education in Pre-K-12 Administration and Supervision program goes beyond academic excellence; it's a commitment to profoundly influence students, educators, and the entire education system. As the demand for visionary leaders grows, our innovative and meticulously designed program gives you the essential tools and insights for distinguished leadership in educational administration. 

Affordable Tuition

Most affordable program in the South Atlantic region.

2 Years

Finish in two years.

100% Pass Rate

100% of graduates have passed the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA)

In the University of Lynchburg’s MEd in Pre-K-12 Administration and Supervision program you’ll learn from renowned faculty with extensive experience in educational administration. To ensure you're receiving the most current and impactful education, our curriculum is aligned with the National Educational Leadership Preparation (NELP) standards and Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL).

Gain hands-on experience with our 320-hour educational leadership internship, providing a deep dive into the practical aspects of educational administration. This experience equips you with the skills to effectively address real-world challenges.

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What makes the Master of Education in Pre-K-12 Administration and Supervision at the University of Lynchburg unique? 

Our program is built on core standards to develop leaders who are ready to innovate, inspire, lead, and impact in the world of education. These goals and standards are aligned with the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL) and National Educational Leadership Preparation (NELP) standards.

  • Vision of Learning Success: Equip future leaders to develop and implement a shared vision that promotes every student's success through inclusive and effective educational practices.
  • Successful School Culture: Prepare educational leaders to advocate for and sustain a nurturing school culture that fosters student learning and staff professional growth.
  • Operational Management Excellence: Learn to efficiently manage educational organizations, ensuring safe and effective environments that enhance student learning.

  • Community Collaboration: Train leaders to collaborate effectively with community members and mobilize resources, addressing diverse needs and enriching the educational ecosystem.
  • Ethical Leadership Integrity: Instill the importance of integrity, fairness, and ethics to promote the success and well-being of every student.
  • Educational Context Awareness: Understand and influence the broader political, social, economic, legal, and cultural contexts impacting education, driving positive change.

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