Master of Arts in School Administration
The Master of Arts in School Administration degree program prepares students to administer programs in public and private schools. It approaches administration from a generic standpoint in the core courses and from an experiential base in the practica-based courses. Building upon the Preliminary Administrative Credential, this program enables students to complete six additional units in curriculum development and assessment and evaluation in order to earn a master's degree.
NDNU admits students throughout the year for fall, spring and summer semesters. Please review the NDNU General Catalog for complete admission requirements.
Judith Kell, Assistant Professor of Education and Director, Administrative Services Credential and Master of Arts in Administration, at NDNU since 2009
BA, MA, San Francisco State University; Ed.D., Saint Mary's College of California
Jacqueline McEvoy, Lecturer in Education
Samuel Johnson, Program Director
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