Master of Education in School Administration
Indiana Wesleyan University

Program Details

The online Master of Education degree with a concentration in School Administration program teaches students about administrative standards and techniques to use on the job, while also learning best practices, outcomes, and expectations.  The curriculum identifies outcomes and expectations based on current school leadership principles and practices and enables interns to engage in inquiry, research, dialogue, team learning, reflection, problem-based learning, collaboration, and standards-based assessment from a comprehensive P-12 perspective.  Coursework provides participants with methods and materials they can use to help their own students learn, including technology tools and is designed to model best practices and procedures in the classroom.


This program requires two three-credit hour internships, six credits total.

Residents of Ohio may have slightly different admissions requirements. 

  • Have completed a baccalaureate or graduate degree from a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting body or the Association for Biblical Higher Education verified on original transcripts sent by the institution directly to Indiana Wesleyan University
  • Have an undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher from the baccalaureate degree granting institution at which at least of minimum of 30 hours was completed
  • Public school candidates need:
    • A valid (but not necessarily current) state teacher’s license
    • At least two years of teaching experience from an approved and accredited public, private, or parochial elementary, secondary, or postsecondary school in the United States or abroad
  • Obtain recommendations from two school leaders
  • Be currently employed in or have access to a P-12 public or non-public school in which the principal is willing to serve as a mentor for the internship phase of the program

Special Accreditation

Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)

School Accreditation Statement

Higher Learning Commission