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Online Bachelor's Degrees in Educational Leadership

Administrators in the education field work in primary, secondary and postsecondary educational institutions. In primary and secondary schools they are usually principals, assistant principals or school counselors. At a college or university, educational administrators usually work as academic officers, deans or departmental directors. The degree requirement for these types of jobs is high; a Bachelor’s in Educational Leadership is an excellent place to start, but most jobs in this field require a master’s or doctorate.

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American College in Greece
Aghia Paraskevi, Greece
Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI
Aquinas College
Grand Rapids, MI
Augsburg College
Minneapolis, MN
Butler University
Indianapolis, IN
Calvin College
Grand Rapids, MI
Carson-Newman College
Jefferson City, TN

Earn Your Educational Leadership Bachelor's Degree Online

All levels of the education system require administrators, from the principal at an elementary school to a university president. In general, the job is to ensure students are getting the best education possible given the schools resources.

Education Requirements for Educational Administrators

The degree requirement for education administration jobs is high; a Master’s of Education (MEd) in Leadership Administration is typically the standard, with doctorates essential if you want to advance to top positions at the university level. A bachelor's degree is considered a stepping stone to a higher education.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the number of Leadership administration jobs will increase by about 19% through 2020. This pace is about as fast as average when compared to all other occupations. There should be more opportunities for leadership administrators at colleges and universities in the coming years than at primary or secondary schools, because student enrollment is growing most rapidly at the postsecondary level.