School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Policy
Educational Administration and Supervision
The programs of Educational Administration and Supervision are within the School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Policy (EFLP) in the College of Education and Human Development at Bowling Green State University. Students may choose from two blended graduate degree programs (M.Ed., Ed.S.) as well as seek administrative licensure:
- Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Administration and Supervision
- Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) in Educational Administration and Supervision
The mission of our programs is to advance the understanding and practice of artistic, insightful, inventive, and ethical leadership in educational settings to contribute to and share the benefits of a just, caring, and democratic society. In keeping with this mission, the goal of the graduate programs is to develop effective leaders with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes for helping to build learning communities within a culturally diverse society. We are committed to enhancing students' knowledge, capability, skill, vision, and perspective of educational leadership as well as providing additional insight into each individual's role in transforming educational organizations and communities.
The design of the graduate programs is based upon the belief that individuals learn to become effective leaders through a developmental process which includes inquiry, practice, and personal reflection. More than that, however, such leadership requires an integration of such knowledge into a multi-dimensional leadership perspective, which enables the exercise of a high level of personal artistry and integrity in dealing with the challenges, ambiguities, and paradoxes which characterize educational organizations. This process is one to which the Educational Administration & Leadership Studies programs contribute, but the process itself continues throughout the career of the individual as he or she constructs personal meaning from new learning.
BGSU is a proud member of the University Council for Educational Administration, a consortium of research universities committed to advancing the preparation and practice of educational leaders for the benefit of schools and children.
If you have any questions regarding the M.Ed., please contact Dr. Kyle Ingle, Program Coordinator, 419-372-7313, email@example.com
Questions regarding the Ed.S. should be directed to Dr. Judy Jackson May, Program Coordinator, 419.372.7373, firstname.lastname@example.org