Master of Education in Administration and Supervision - M.Ed.

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At A Glance

Program Credit Hours

39 credits

Average Completion Time

23 months

Cost per course
$1,275

Total Course Cost
$16,950 *

Accreditation

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Locations

Central (main campus)

Charleston

Columbia

Greenville

North Augusta

* Total Cost (cost per unit x program units) is provided to aid in program comparison only. All stated financial information is subject to change. Total Cost does not include book and material costs.

 

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On-Site Program Start Dates

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - Columbia
Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - North Augusta
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - Charleston
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - Greenville
Thursday, May 12, 2016 - Central
Monday, August 22, 2016 - Charleston
Monday, August 22, 2016 - Greenville
Tuesday, August 23, 2016 - Central
Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - North Augusta
Thursday, August 25, 2016 - Columbia

About the Program

Course Descriptions Brochure (pdf)
Comparison of M.Ed. Programs 

The Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) under the umbrella of CAEP (formerly NCATE) granted national recognition without conditions to SWU’s M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision program. Read more »

What is the Master of Education in Administration and Supervision?

The Master of Education in Administration and Supervision program is designed for educators who plan to become principals at the building level and supervisors at the building and district level. The degree program leads to advanced certification in the state of South Carolina. For students who already have a master’s degree, program completion will qualify them for Masters plus 30 status with South Carolina.

Southern Wesleyan does not advise students on what will or will not be accepted by their state departments of education.  Students are encouraged to contact their state department of education to ensure the degree offered by Southern Wesleyan University meets state requirements.

What do students enrolled in the Master of Education in Administration and Supervision program do?

As a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision student, you will complete three practicum opportunities and an internship at their current school and gain a deeper understanding about topics which include educational leadership, school operations management, public and community relations, ethics and advanced educational research.

Is this DEGREE right for you?

You might consider a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision if you are currently a teacher with at least two years teaching experience, and you are comfortable with taking on leadership roles.

About our students

Students successfully completing the program have the opportunity to become a school principal or a supervisor at the district level in South Carolina.

About our graduates

When you graduate from Southern Wesleyan you will be prepared for a career as:

  • Principal
  • Assistant Principal
  • Supervisors at district and local school level

Our graduates have jobs at:

  • Public school district offices
  • Public schools

Palmetto State Teachers Association Members Scholarship

Southern Wesleyan University will award a 10% scholarship to members of the Palmetto State Teachers Association who enroll in our M.Ed. programs. The 10% scholarship will be applied proportionately to each course of the entire program. The scholarship will be applied only toward tuition.

Students receiving tuition benefits from outside sources, including VA benefits, Military benefits, State and Federal scholarships & grants, and Tuition Assistance programs, may still qualify for scholarship assistance up to, but not to exceed, 100% of tuition expenses.

Student must complete scholarship application form and provide proof of Palmetto State Teachers Association membership.

 

 

"All of the professors have gone above and beyond to make sure that we are well prepared to enter the world of Education Administration upon graduation."

Ashley Robinson, Class of 2013