Graduates of the hybrid master’s degree in Educational Leadership program enjoy careers in many areas of the education spectrum:
- School Principal – At the elementary or secondary level, administrative roles include Principal or Assistant Principle. Duties include managing staff, preparing budgets, approving curriculum, and setting policies.
- School Board Member – With a focus on regulating policies and programs for a range of schools in a particular area, a school board member has the opportunity to make an impact on their community. You will have the power to develop policies and education reform issues.
- Department Director – Roles in leadership such as department directors can including athletic or curriculum directors who manage the department and faculty. In these positions, directors establish class schedules and create standards for departments.
- Nonprofit and advocacy organizations – There are many non-traditional opportunities within non-profit organizations that help create educational policies and improve educational systems.
- Private business sector – There is also a need in the private business sector for education leaders. Businesses often need trainers in a corporate environment. Trainers usually work with the staff on issues that depend on company needs.
- Public or private school district administrators - Roles could include Superintendent, School Principal, Director of Curriculum and duties include managing staff, preparing budgets, approving curriculum, and setting policies.
- College Enrollment Management administrators and department heads - As an enrollment management administrator, duties would include leading the development, implementation and ongoing evaluation of comprehensive strategic enrollment management plans and collaborating with campus leaders on a wide range of recruitment, retention and marketing projects and initiatives.