M.Ed. Administration and Supervision Program Overview
Become a more effective and innovative academic leader while fostering the values of social justice, ethics, and integrity with a Master of Education degree in Administration and Supervision at Marymount University!
Designed to accommodate the busy schedules of teachers and administrators, the Administration and Supervision graduate program features engaging, interactive, and fully online coursework.
Our M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision prepares students for advanced careers as public, private, and Catholic school leaders. Coursework covers impactful leadership practices, continuous improvement, and community building, as well as the Catholic and public schools’ history, teachings, and moral perspectives — all while encouraging every student’s own beliefs and viewpoints within a supportive academic community.
- Fully online to meet the needs of every working professional
Complete your degree requirements from anywhere in the world.
- Affordable tuition for a 30-credit graduate degree
Marymount offers a tuition reduction to all current Catholic diocesan teachers and administrators enrolled in the Administration and Supervision program. Please contact us for a current update on available tuition assistance.
- Earn an Administration & Supervision license
Our Master of Education degree is approved by the Virginia Department of Education for licensure in Administration and Supervision, PK-12.
- 30 credit hours
- Online classes
- Cohorts start each fall semester
- Approved for PK–12 licensure in Administration and Supervision
- Graduate application
- Professional résumé
- 2 recommendations that speak directly to your academic and interpersonal skills
- All undergraduate and graduate transcripts
- 3.0 GPA in previous coursework and/or work experience
- Interview with School of Education faculty
Please see program-specific Admissions page for additional requirements. For more information, contact:
Marcia Baldanza, EdD
For university coursework completed outside the U.S., a course-by-course transcript evaluation is required from a NACES member evaluation agency such as World Education Services or Educational Credentials Evaluators.
Students for whom English is a second language must submit a recent official score of 96 from TOEFL, 6.5 from IELTS, or 58 from the PTE academic exam, or documentation of program completion at one of Marymount University’s language partners. For complete information about International Admissions Guidelines and language partner programs, visit our International Graduate Students page.
Meet Our Faculty
We are a dedicated community of dynamic teacher-scholars who are not only experts in the field, but also passionate and innovative educators creating learning experiences that ensure all students succeed. Our faculty and staff have advised, nurtured, and inspired students for many decades. We prepare educational leaders and caring practitioners for diverse learning communities with a focus on service, global perspectives, and academic excellence. Our programs are well known for their small class sizes and for the personalized attention students receive from expert faculty. Graduates of our programs gain the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to make a difference in the lives of others, across the nation, and the world.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions or if you wish to receive additional information about our programs, resources, or activities. Join our vibrant community which affords limitless opportunities for both your professional and personal development. We all look forward to welcoming you to our School of Education!
Join us in making a difference!
Dr. Lisa Turissini