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Both employer and student demand built this program.

We’ve designed the program to appeal to a wide variety of professionals. A broad array of skills in high demand for employers are available with this degree: a thorough grounding in skills related to leading people, as well as an understanding of the specific professional skills related to education and research. You’ll be prepared to pursue leadership positions in PK-12 and higher education (e.g., superintendents, directors, principals), nonprofits, health organizations, government agencies and private companies.

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On the Rise

Leadership positions are expected to grow faster than average over the next ten years, ranging from 7% to more than 28%, depending on profession, U.S. Dept. of Labor.

An Important Investment

According to, people with advanced degrees earn 45% more than people with only a bachelor’s degree.


No matter where you are in your career, strong leadership skills are in demand and help lead to growth and advancement.

Andria Moon

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