Why get an education specialist’s degree in administration and supervision?
administration or its equivalent. Once completed, you’ll be eligible for certification as a New Hampshire superintendent. Principalship certification is also possible for students who do not hold a master’s degree in school administration or principal certification, and can be earned through additional coursework. In this graduate program, you’ll be immersed in the subject matter, research, theory and field-based experience. Whether working in your educational community or at a policy level, you’ll be prepared to establish caring environments while fostering cooperation and educational improvement. educational
Why choose UNH for your education degree?
Our graduate education specialist program is offered through both our Durham and Manchester campuses, and you’ll be able to take classes at either location. A part-time option is available in Manchester. Several courses are offered in a hybrid format. The curriculum content of our M.Ed. and Ed.S. degrees is consistent with and keyed to the National Policy Board for Educational Administration. The standards include knowledge and skills in strategic leadership, instructional leadership, organizational leadership, political and community leadership, and internship. A Ph.D. in education with a specialization in leadership and policy studies is also available.
Potential career areas
- Assistant superintendent
- Curriculum coordination
- Education policy analysis
- Private industry educational specialist
- State department of education personnel
- Vocational education coordination