Department of Administration & Leadership
Master of Arts in Administration and Leadership, (M.A.) will focus on the development of effective leadership. Your courses will focus on Historical and contemporary theories and research, Important legal issues that face school teachers, Financing schools, and other fascinating topics. Read more.
This program is focused on the pursuit of excellence through support and enhancement of educational leaders. This excellence is fostered through the discovery of meaning and purpose in the development of administrative and leadership skills. Read more.
This degree is designed for astute students with appropriate professional experience beyond those studying at the master's level. The curriculum offers opportunities for educational leaders to develop advanced knowledge, skills and research capabilities. Those completing the program may hold or may be interested in positions of administrative responsibility at the school or district level, in institution of higher learning, or non-school settings. Read more.
The credential programs in Department of Administration & Leadership of the School of Education at La Sierra University focus on the development of competent and ethical leadership. The program of study will offer candidates the opportunity to prepare for administrative credentials through the state of California and/or through the Credentials Office of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Read more.
This credential program is designed for California K-12 school administrators who hold a Preliminary Administrative Services (Tier 1) Credential in California. The curriculum offers opportunities for educational leaders to develop advanced knowledge, skills and research capabilities. Read more.
There are three administrative credential programs that have been designed for staff serving in leadership roles in the education system of the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. These are known as endorsement programs and involve a range of requirements. The programs are: Principal Endorsement, Supervisor of Instruction Endorsement, and Superintendant of Schools Endorsement. Read more.