PMC in School Administration

Build skills to meet the needs of all students and have a significant impact beyond the classroom. Learn about being a principal while studying anywhere, anytime in a convenient, first-rate program.

  • Courses fully online
  • Cohort-based
  • 24 credit hours
  • 4 core academic courses plus a year-long internship
  • Begins in summer; can be completed in 15 months
  • In-person orientation prior to each semester to acclimate students to technology and introduce them to instructors and classmates
  • Meets requirements of NC state legislation for School Administration licensure
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Careers

Prepare for a position as a principal or assistant principal with a license in school administration.

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Courses

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Cost & Aid

Get details on our costs, which are competitive with those of other top universities. Our goal is to provide an online education that's both exceptional and affordable.

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