The School of EducationQueens Campus, Manhattan Campus, Online
The graduate programs in Educational Administration enable educators to acquire scholarly knowledge, technical skills, intellectual curiosity and legal and ethical awareness in order to make a positive contribution in the organization and administration of public and nonpublic schools. The programs seek to produce informed leaders whose expertise will be well grounded in theory to support their efforts to deal with varied issues and problems in the school setting and to make innovative contributions to the reform and restructuring of current educational practice.
St. John’s is also committed to being a leader in technology. We offer one of the first completely online degrees for a School Building Leader Master’s and a District-Leader Advanced Certificate, recognized by New York State.
Permanent Teaching Certification in an Administrator’s Degree
The degree includes a subject-matter concentration that can qualify teachers for both permanent teaching certification as well as building-level administrative certification. If a teacher already has permanent certification they may specialize in an additional area such as Gifted & Talented Education, Special Education, TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), Instructional Technology, or Curriculum Studies.
Please note that the full degree cannot be taken at the Long Island Graduate Center and at least one course must be taken at our Queens campus.
Please view the School of Education Graduate Admission Application Requirements for detailed admission information.
Earn Your Degree Online
Pursue your St. John’s degree entirely on your computer. Our fully accredited Online Learning programs allow you to take courses electronically. Log in at your convenience to enter our virtual classrooms, learn from our accomplished faculty, and engage with classmates.
Our online courses offer the same high academic quality that students experience on campus. Professors deliver lectures and post assignments via Blackboard, our electronic course management system. Students use it to attend virtual classes, share documents, take exams, and exchange ideas with faculty and classmates.
A Fully Academic Experience
You also enjoy the outstanding services available to all St. John’s students, for example:
Contact us for more information about online learning at St. John’s.
What you Need to Know (Gainful Employment Disclosures)
The program will prepare graduates to:
Demonstrate knowledge of the role of instructional supervision in creating a learning environment that supports student achievement.
Understand the knowledge and skills required of school leaders.
Demonstrate knowledge of the current research, major theories, models and principles of teaching and learning.
Understand the value, power and role of maintaining a high standard of personal and professional ethics.
Understand the value of human resources in leading an organization.
Demonstrate the ability to conduct research that will make a significant contribution to the field.
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