Administration and Supervision, Instructional Leadership Concentration, Ed.S.

Administration and Supervision

Develop the skills and knowledge required to lead and improve instructional programs.

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Administration and Supervision, Instructional Leadership Concentration, Ed.S.

Middle Tennessee State University offers an Ed.S. in Administration and Supervision or an Ed.S. in Administration and Supervision with principal licensure that can help you improve your teaching or educational leadership abilities. Strong leadership within the education system is essential for implementing effective strategies for academic success.

Our education specialists’ program aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills to take on advanced leadership roles in K-12 schools and education administration positions. By participating in the program, you will cultivate the expertise needed to facilitate instructional improvement and respond to complex issues that arise in educational settings.

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Students can help form their own cohorts

Students can help form their own cohorts

While working as a teacher in Spencer, Jared Copeland joined an MTSU off-campus cohort graduate master’s degree program in Livingston in fall 2013 and completed his degree in spring 2015. With that success under his belt, he decided to pursue an Ed.S. in administration. He was so pleased with his earlier cohort experience that in fall 2015, he recruited his own Ed.S. licensure cohort at Van Buren County High School where he is an assistant principal. He worked diligently to recruit professionals from surrounding areas in Eastern Tennessee such as Crossville, McMinnville, and Spencer. Copeland’s story shows how this program meets the needs of students by making it possible for them to take courses close to where they live and work. Faculty and administrators are open to and encourage innovation in order to create a learning environment that benefits students acquiring their Ed.S. and the school systems served.

News Briefs

Students can help form their own cohorts

While working as a teacher in Spencer, Jared Copeland joined an MTSU off-campus cohort graduate master’s degree program in Livingston in fall 2013 and completed his degree in spring 2015. With that success under his belt, he decided to pursue an Ed.S. in administration. He was so pleased with his earlier cohort experience that in fall 2015, he recruited his own Ed.S. licensure cohort at Van Buren County High School where he is an assistant principal. He worked diligently to recruit professionals from surrounding areas in Eastern Tennessee such as Crossville, McMinnville, and Spencer. Copeland’s story shows how this program meets the needs of students by making it possible for them to take courses close to where they live and work. Faculty and administrators are open to and encourage innovation in order to create a learning environment that benefits students acquiring their Ed.S. and the school systems served.

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Upon completion, graduates will be equipped for advanced leadership roles in K-12 education:

  • Principal
  • Assistant Principal
  • Instructional Supervisor
  • K-12 School Administrator

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Learn more about the MTSU’s Ed.S. Administration & Supervision – K-12 Instructional Leadership Concentration by filling out the form below, e-mailing [email protected] or calling (615) 904-8124.

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