Education Administration and Preliminary Administrative Services Credential

At Hope, the Master of Arts in Education Administration program is for individuals who have a desire to develop life-long learning skills to become more effective educators and to assist their organizations through leadership. Graduates will successfully serve as teachers, principals and superintendents in either Christian or public schools.

Our program features sound research training, a curriculum blend of theory and practice, and values-laden teaching from faculty with top academic credentials and real world experience. Our program also focuses on a pedagogy designed to strengthen and better define one’s core values.

This program is offered completely online or on-site at the Orange Education Center and the Corona Education Center, and can be completed in as few as 12 months.

The Master of Arts in Education Administration and Preliminary Administrative Services Credential program is 30-units.


Career Opportunities

  • Assistant Principal K-12 Public and Private Schools
  • College or University Administrators
  • Director Preschool and Charter Schools
  • Principal K-12 Public and Private Schools
  • School Board Member or Trustee
  • Superintendent