Administration of Supervision and Curriculum M.Ed.
Our degree prepares you for administrative roles in K-12, college/university, and other organizational settings. We focus on curriculum leadership and development. You will also work with educational technology and media. Our program does not lead to Alabama teacher/instructional leadership certification.
Our program allows you to establish a strong foundation in both Educational Leadership and Educational Technology coursework. Most students distribute their coursework as follows:
Required Specialty Courses – 18 hrs
- Multiprofessional Leadership
- Curriculum & Instructional Leadership
- Curriculum theory & Practice
- Instructional Design & Development
- Instructional & Informational Technologies
- Integration of Technology into the Curriculum
Foundation Courses – 3 hrs
Work with your advisor to select the best foundations or educational psychology course.
Technology/Media Courses – 9 hrs
Work with your advisor to select the best 9 hours to take. At least one course in this area should be from another department.
Research Courses – 3 hrs
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- Feb 1 (for Summer semester start)
- Frequently Asked Questions about Admissions
- Bachelor’s degree or higher
- Minimum GPA 2.75
- Approval of the Department’s Graduate Program Committee, Department Head, faculty members of the Administration of Supervision & Curriculum program and the Dean of the Graduate School
- All official transcripts
(Hard copies) Send to: Graduate School, 106 Hargis Hall, Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849
(Electronic copies) — if permitted by granting institution — Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graduate Record Examination Score —
Competitive Scores: 400/146 Verbal; 400/140 Quantitative; 3.5/Competent Writing
- Miller’s Analogy Test Score (as alternative to GRE) — Competitive Score: 380
- Statement of Intent
- 3 letters of recommendation
Initial Registration Requirement
Auburn University requires on-campus students provide proof of vaccinations. Students only have to do this before their first term of course registration. This process is now managed through an online service, Med+Pass.
- Auburn University Med+Pass (requires Auburn University email address)
- Are you unable to use Med+Pass because you don’t yet have an Auburn email account? Contact the EFLT Graduate Program Officer for assistance.
- Are you an online student? Contact your program coordinator to request your medical hold to be released.
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Cost & Financial Support
- Tuition and Fees Chart
- Auburn’s Financial Student Financial Services Page provides up-to-date cost information.
- There are grants and fellowships available to graduate students.
- Auburn University’s Financial Aid Office also helps students find support.
- Dr. Dennis J. Sabo Fellowship
- Graduate student in EFLT
- Preparing for or presently serving in a leadership role in K-12 education, or preparing to teach in higher education in area of K-12 leadership
- Evidence of financial need
- Priority to recipients who have a family for which they are, at least in part, responsible for supporting.
- Dr. William A. Spencer Annual Fellowship
- Graduate student in EFLT
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Exhibits exceptional promise and leadership in one of the areas of the EFLT Department
- JoAnn Granberry Murrell
- Fully admitted to College of Education
- Part-time or Full-time student
- Enrolled in EFLT program
- Demonstrate financial need