The Christian School Administration option for the Master of Education degree prepares participants to effectively lead schools toward higher levels of excellence. Christian school principals are responsible for leading their schools in three distinct areas: academics, fiscal resources, and spiritual growth. With these three areas in mind, the curriculum for this program will develop the participant’s skills in instructional leadership, business management, and spiritual development. Some specific courses that participants in this program will take include topics in curriculum development, best practices in teaching and learning, assessment of student learning, philosophical foundations of education, how to develop teachers as leaders, school culture and climate, business management, human resource management, school law, and Christian worldview.
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) non-licensure program at Bryan College is regionally accredited and designed for current teachers or those who have completed an undergraduate teacher education program.
Offered As:Master of Education
field of study:Education