M.Ed. in Christian School Administration
Online Degree Overview
- Randy Brunk, M.Ed.
Headmaster of Cincinnati
Hills Christian Academy
Regent Graduate, 1989
"Looking back ... I can take
almost every single facet
of my daily work and
tie it to my training at Regent."
Read Randy's Story>>
The Master of Education in Christian School Administration program is a unique master’s degree specially designed to equip administrators to develop a school culture that prepares students to live lives set apart for God. The focus is on complete surrender and obedient discipleship to Christ for the purpose of building His body of believers worldwide. Our program is distinctive in that it offers specific courses to develop both the academic and spiritual skills you’ll need to lead your school. For instance, we offer courses in school law and finance as well as biblical integration and Christian character formation. Successful completion of your degree can also lead to Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) administrator certification.
Master's in Christian School Administration Highlights
Curriculum: View Course Sequence & Descriptions
Length: 33 credit hours. May be completed in as little as 18 months.
Format: Taught primarily online via Blackboard with audio, video and personal meeting supplements. Students may begin the program in the fall, spring, or summer semesters.
Results: Master of Education degree.
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Features: Recognized by the Association of Christian School International (ACSI) and International Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (IACCS) Certification. Learn more.
The Master of Education in Christian School Administration will build on your current teaching experience to prepare you for leadership positions in private school settings nationally and internationally.
Christian School Administration graduates will be able to:
- Possess the skills, knowledge, and attitudes essential to bringing Biblical fidelity to Christian school activities.
- Demonstrate content level competence as presented in the Christian School Program.
- Demonstrate excellence of professionally-based skills of administration.
- Demonstrate skills of faith-learning integration including those relating to hermeneutics.
- Demonstrate understanding of the relationship of Christian education to the companion institution of church and the Biblically responsible institution of parents.
- Demonstrate understanding of the role of Christian education as a disciple equipping activity.
Motto: The heart of education is the education of the heart.