Educational Administration and Policy
Examine educational leadership and policy issues, current reform movements, and ways to improve student learning and accountability at the local, state, and national levels through our programs in educational administration and policy.
Our students work closely with faculty throughout their time in a degree program, working on grant-funded projects, journal articles, and policy-related projects. Faculty are nationally recognized in the areas of educational leadership, policy, and school law. Their areas of focus include:
- Education law
- Education policy
- School and district leadership
- Teacher evaluation
Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degrees
- AB in Political Science / MEd in Educational Administration and Policy
Hone your interest and expand your analytical and theoretical skills in preparation for law- and policy-oriented careers in a broad range of education organizations. The MEd curriculum builds on foundations of theory, method, and practice and addresses a range of contemporary education policy issues from an interdisciplinary lens.
Master of Education (MEd)
- MEd in Educational Administration and Policy
Whether you are a future school leader or policy analyst, our MEd in Educational Administration and Policy offers individualized professional development.
Educational Specialist (EdS)
- EdS in Educational Administration and Policy (Gwinnett Campus)
Prepare for educational leadership through this four-semester EdS program at the Gwinnett campus with hands-on experiences and a renowned faculty.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
- PhD in Educational Administration and Policy
Become qualified for educational policy analysis in educational research, government, or academia with the PhD in Educational Administration and Policy.
Doctor of Education (EdD)
- EdD in Educational Leadership
Gain knowledge and skills in improving school systems with the EdD in Educational Leadership from the University of Georgia.