School of Education - Master of Arts
Thank you for your interest in leadership programs offered at the Masters level in the School of Education. The program is available in two tracks:
- Master of Arts Degree in School Administration
(Initial Principal Certification)
The Master of Arts degree in School Administration program meets the needs of those students seeking initial certification as a school principal. The program stresses reflective leadership to foster effective schools. Skills taught prepare students to assume leadership roles instruction, management, supervision, and problem solving in a creative and effective manner. Lindenwood University also offers the necessary coursework for those pursuing the initial special education administrator’s certificate. This coursework is a 9 hour add-on to the Master of Arts Degree in School Administration.
- Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Grades 1-6 Mathematics Specialist
The Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Grades 1-6 Mathematics Education Specialist is designed to train teacher leaders to provide support for elementary classroom teachers. Students will study mathematics concepts, teaching pedagogy, and leadership strategies in a program focused on four major content strands: Numbers and Operations; Geometry and Measurement; Algebraic Reasoning; and Data, Statistics, and Probability. The program will also provide valuable leadership training for the emphasis in Grades 1-6 Mathematics Education.
For more information about the Lindenwood University Master of Arts Degree in School Administration, contact:
St. Charles Campus
Dr. Dean Vazis
Extended Campus Sites
Extended Campus Sites (St. Charles County)
Extended Campus Sites (South and West Counties)
Dr. Bill Blackburn
Extended Campus Sites (North County & St. Louis City)