Educational administration programs prepare leaders to direct teachers and staff, plan school programs and manage facilities. A bachelor's degree and teaching experience are typically required to enroll, and graduates usually earn master's or doctoral degrees.

Students learn how to design curriculum, meet the educational needs of various groups of students and evaluate staff. They also develop educational management and communication skills. Graduates of these programs might enter careers as instructional coordinators, principals or assistant principals.

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