CHAMPIONING INTEGRITY & DIVERSITY IN REAL-WORLD SETTINGS

Seattle University’s College of Education principal/program administrator certification and master’s degree in Educational Administration (EDAD) is designed for you, the working professional educator striving to lead and dedicated to collaborative engagement with youth and community to enact socially just change through dialogue, reflection, and action.

Our cohort style leadership rograms are practice-based degrees, with our EDAD program designed to prepare future administrators, supervisors, principals and other leaders in diverse school systems, public and private. In less than two years, you will graduate with a deep understanding and working knowledge of how existing educational systems, policies and practices have perpetuated inequalities across educational settings, allowing you to become an informed catalyst for transformative change.

LEADERSHIP IN STUDENT ADVOCACY BEGINS HERE

Our hybrid course delivery and internships facilitated through our extensive professional networks provide you a flexible and individually developed education experience that both plays to your learning style strengths and pushes you to new heights of understanding. Our EDAD program offers two specializations: Principal and Program Administrator. Students graduate with either a Washington State Principal Certificate or Program Administrator Certificate.

Associate Professors Colette Taylor and Dr. Tyson Marsh talk to Seattle Met Magazine regarding our program’s unique social justice focus.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS OF OUR LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS INCLUDE:

Seattle University’s Educational Administration program provided me with the vision and resources to be an educational leader that promotes social justice and equity for all students

– Christine Avery, ’08 Director of Curriculum and Professional Development, Mukilteo School District

MEET YOUR TEAM

Genet Yadetta

Senior Program Administrative Assistant 
Adult Education and Training (AEDT), Educational Administration (EDAD), Educational Leadership (EDLR)
Phone: (206) 296-6139

Stacey E. Robbins, EdD
Stacey E. Robbins, EdD

EdD, Adult Learning and Leadership, Columbia University 
MEd, Adult Learning and Leadership, Columbia University 
MST, Secondary English Education, Fordham 
BA, English Language and Literature, University of Michigan 
Assistant Professor, Adult Education and Training (AEDT)
Phone: (206) 220-8257

Laurie Stevahn, PhD

PhD, Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota 
MEd, Curriculum & Instruction, Seattle Pacific University 
BA, Political Science, Pacific Lutheran University
Professor, Educational Leadership (EDLR)
Phone: (206) 296-2559