The Educational Administration Program develops exceptional educational leaders. Designed primarily for part-time students, who are working adults, this program attracts aspiring administrators who are passionate about making a difference and who see themselves as leaders of other professionals in pursuit of excellence for schools and organizations.
Seattle University offers three specializations:
Applicant who already have a graduate degree also have the option of earning certification for principal, program administrator or superintendent through the College of Education’s certificate programs.
Graduate credits earned through these certificates may be applied to a graduate degree in the EDAD program if desired.
Learn more about the following graduate programs at the College of Education's Open House. We invite you to come with any questions you may have and get to know more about our college and our programs.
K-12 Programs: Special Education, School Counseling, Educational Administration, Master in Teaching and School Psychology
Professional and Leadership Programs: Community Counseling, Teaching English to Students of Other Languages, and Adult Education and Training