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UMass Lowell's College of Education offers three pathways for educators seeking to advance their careers in school administration, higher education or as institutional scholars.
K-12 Educational Administration
The K-12 Educational Administration degrees focus on educational administration and instructional leadership and offer cutting edge, practically-based courses which provide future leaders with the knowledge and skills needed for roles as principals and assistant principals.
Higher Education Administration
The Master's of Education: Higher Education Option focuses on policy and practice in Higher Education. Applicants to the program must be working or interning at an institution of higher education.