Educational Administration (EDAD)

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Program Description

The Educational Administration (EDAD) program is designed to prepare working professionals aspiring toward roles as principals, executive directors, administrators and instructional leaders across diverse educational systems, public and private. In four quarters, graduates develop a deep understanding of leadership practice and of the systemic inequity built into our educational settings, empowering graduates to become informed catalysts for transformative change.

  • We frontload context & scholarship with a focus on critical theory, educational justice, instructional leadership and community engagement
  • We partner applied learning with reflective practice, self understanding and advanced leadership study
  • We work to build an expanding management toolbox for each emerging leader
  • We operate as a cohort, to establish a model network of professional learning & support
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More than ever, our world requires courageous and skilled leaders who reflect the diversity of our society and help spearhead systematic change as well as inspire future generations. Earn your degree, ... Read More

More than ever, our world requires courageous and skilled leaders who reflect the diversity of our society and help spearhead systematic change as well as inspire future generations. Earn your degree, certification or endorsement at Seattle University and join a dynamic and driven community of educational leaders who partner with local and global communities for positive innovation and impact. Our programs are highly ranked and ground you in both a strong academic foundation and necessary practical experiences you will need to succeed. Our range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional and continuing educational opportunities give you the chance to connect with peers and faculty mentors who can help you carve the path to a lifelong career in education. Read less