The Maine Educators’ Consortium in Partnership with Endicott College is proud to announce the new Masters of Education – Administrative Leadership program (non-licensure*).   This Maine State Board of Education approved program began in January 2017.   While being delivered online through MEC,  the program will follow Endicott’s academic curriculum.

Please note: The GRE/Millers Analogy is no longer required

MEC/Endicott College Masters of Education- Administrative Leadership
39 credit program

Diploma issued from/by Endicott College

Required M.Ed Administration courses

EA 500 School Leadership
EA 505 Instructional Leadership
EA Cultural Diversity
EA515 Public School Operational and Financial Strategies
EA 520 Law, Policy, and Ethics
EA 525 Human Resources and Organizational Potential
EA 530 Family and Community Engagement
EA535 Strategic Management and Design
EA 555 Using Data to Improve Curriculum and Instruction
EA 565 Facilities Management
EA 563 Supervision and Evaluation
EA 572 Seminar – to be taken with EA 574
EA 574 Internship

For course dates please see our Welcome page and scroll down

2017 – Spring 2018 Tuition $1095 per course


*Disclaimer: MEC/Endicott College Masters in Administration Leadership program is a Non-Certificate/Non-Licensure degree program. It is a student’s responsibility to consult with their Certification/Licensing agent to identify state and individual specific certification requirements. Maine Department of Education- Certification Department, 23 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0023 207-624-6603 https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/initial/requirements.html

* Disclaimer: MEC/Endicott College Professional Education courses are not considered as part of a degree granting program and are not part of any specific program addressing completion of certification/licensure requirements. It is the student’s responsibility to consult with their Certification/Licensing agent to identify specific state and individual certification/licensure requirements. Maine Department of Education- Certification Department, 23 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0023 207-624-6603 https://www.maine.gov/doe/cert/initial/requirements.html