The Master of Education in Educational Leadership is a 32-credit, cohort-structured degree program that prepares students for elementary or secondary principalships. The program runs over 22 months, with face-to-face courses offered on weeknights and additional online course offerings during the summer terms. Through practice-relevant coursework and a mentored internship, students will expand their expertise and competence as teachers and future building leaders.
The program includes an internship, which helps students put theory into practice. This program leads to a Master of Education degree and upon completion of the program, students are eligible to apply for Administrative (Principal) Certification offered by the State of Michigan.
Oakland University is always looking for ways to partner with local school districts to offer our Educational Leadership programs on-site. To request information on partnership opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (248) 209-2460 for details about on-site programs, the credit course approval process, cost-sharing opportunities, and customized training programs for your organization.
To be considered for graduate admission, applicants must submit all of the following university and program application documents by the published application deadlines.
Download an Application Packet. Read through the application packet carefully and submit all other required application paperwork to the designated areas.
Complete the free online graduate application by clicking on the button below:
Application Type: Grad – Masters
Planned Course of Study: M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
If you have any other questions, please contact the appropriate program site coordinator below:
|Huron Valley Location
Jasmine Bailey, Project Manager
(248) 209-2464 phone | (248) 209-2461
|Main Campus Location (Rochester)
Dr. Cynthia Carver, Assistant Professor
(248) 370-3081 phone
Dr. Suzanne Klein, Associate Professor
(248) 370-3142 phone