Get your degree from a top-ranked university for less.

Step into K–12 administrator roles with confidence and affect widespread positive change in education. In just one year, the 100% online NCATE-accredited M.A. in Educational Leadership from Queens University of Charlotte can teach you how to transform learning for thousands of students at a time. You graduate prepared to excel as a principal or school administrator.

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100% Online | No Application Fee | No GRE
Affordable Tuition ≈ $15,000

Learning Online Doesn't Mean You Learn Alone

Experienced faculty guide you through a distinctive program and help make us a top 15 university in the South.1 Faculty are real-world practitioners who are well versed in the modern-day challenges schools face, so they can help connect coursework to the issues you'll face in your new role.

Our faculty are available to you one-on-one, building strong, individualized mentoring relationships that equal those of an on-campus experience.

“Because of the smaller class sizes, the faculty were able to tailor their instruction to meet our needs.”

The Program Prepares You To:

  • Manage your school with available resources
  • Analyze problems, including the generation and application of data-driven solutions for improvement
  • Collaborate to inspire others in the creation of positive change for students and teachers
  • Shape change and provide solutions on day one in your new role

The projected job growth for elementary and secondary school administrators is projected to increase by 7.9% over the next 10 years.2

Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on CollegesSouthern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education/Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation.

This program was designed for individuals with at least two years of teaching or school counseling experience.

1U.S. News & World Report.

2Burning Glass Technologies: Labor Insight™. Retrieved June 29, 2020.