Master of Education in Administration and Supervision
|Program Director:||Dr. James Huffman
College of Education Building, 314
|Program Director (Off-Campus):||Dr. Marvin Peyton
College of Education Building, 319
|Graduate Analyst:||Lyndsey Bennett
The Department of Educational Leadership offers the Master of Education in Administration and Supervision with specializations in K-12 Public School (licensure program and non-licensure program), Higher Education, and a concentration in Library Science. Graduate study in the Administration and Supervision K-12 Public School program prepares candidates for administrative/supervisory roles. The Higher Education specialization is for students interested in pursuing study in the area of higher education.
The Library Science concentration was developed to produce enlightened PreK-12 library information specialists that will possess the competencies outlined by the State of Tennessee and defined in Information Power (1998). The themes of collaboration, leadership, and technology are reflected in every aspect of this program. The coursework is comprised of curriculum development and research skills--both of which are essential to the library information specialist role. Graduates of this program will be evaluated by performance-based assessment ensuring that they will be ready to take their place in the teaching corps of the school.
To be admitted to the Master of Education in Administration and Supervision program, a student must submit the following to the College of Graduate Studies:
- Online application and appropriate application fee
- Official transcript of all colleges, universities (including business and technical schools). If the transcripts are issued from an international (non-US) institution, a course-by course analysis is required. Original non-US transcripts should be submitted directly to the evaluation service. (Click here for more information on non-US transcripts.)
- Official Test Scores of the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Principles of Learning and Teaching (PRAXIS II), or a valid Tennessee teacher license.
- Three letters of recommendation
Submit Application Materials to:
College of Graduate Studies
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