The MEd in Educational Administration and Policy provides a school leadership track that leads to Tier I Educational Leadership Certification and a law and policy track for students who plan to work in policy, academia or to continue graduate study.
The program in educational administration and policy is committed to providing world-class teaching, research, and service related to educational administration and policy for the improvement of learning for all students.
Degree Awarded: MEd
Degree Code: MED_EDAP (Athens Campus); MED_EDAP_GWN (Gwinnett Campus)
The program in educational administration and policy prepares students for careers as educational policy analysts, researchers, college and university faculty, and school administrators.
Degree programs in the program provide students with a thorough understanding of educational policy analysis, administrative studies, social and behavioral sciences, educational foundations, and a broad range of research methods including historical, econometric, legal, qualitative, and quantitative data analysis. Students apply multi-disciplinary and critical ways of thinking to the analysis of problems of educational policy and practice in a diverse, democratic society.
School/College: College of Education
Athens, GA 7101
Academic Department: Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy
315 River’s Crossing
850 College Station Rd.
Athens, GA 30602-4811
Graduate Coordinator: Aliki Nicolaides