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Master of Arts in Educational Leadership Jobs

Lead a community devoted to learning.

Translate your teaching experience into a career as a K-12 principal with the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership online degree from Queens University of Charlotte.

You’ll learn to face the daily challenges of school administration in a curriculum designed by faculty who have extensive educational leadership experience.

You’ll also get an in-depth understanding of your own leadership style, so you can inspire and retain your teachers while creating an incredible learning environment for your students.

Go to work knowing all the skills required to be your school’s final authority, including managing limited resources, mapping out data-driven improvement plans, communicating your vision to all stakeholders, and building a robust educational community.

High School Principal


As a high school principal, you would be in charge of all aspects of your institution. You’d oversee teachers and students, attend school events, and make disciplinary and staffing decisions. You’d also provide operational leadership, ensuring your teachers have the resources they need to foster learning.3

Instructional Coordinator


As an instructional coordinator, you would support educators and administrative staff in developing curriculum strategy, content, and materials for classes. You may also provide other training services, such as computer and technology training.4

Additional jobs for Educational Leadership graduates:

  • Dean of students
  • Dean of faculty
  • Department chair
  • Assistant principal

Request More Information

We are here to help you every step of the way. To learn more about how Queens University of Charlotte can help you accomplish your goals, fill out the form below and one of our knowledgeable program managers will reach out personally.

The Skills to Lead an Educational Institution

You will complete the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership online program ready to:

This program meets the requirements for the Professional Educator’s Continuing License, which is required to become a principal in North Carolina.

Connecting You With Your Future

Queens’ student-focused approach doesn’t end with your degree. Our Vandiver Center for Career Development is here to support you in advancing your career goals by providing:

Mock Interviews

Experience a mock interview with a real executive volunteer, who’ll offer invaluable feedback and encouragement.

Online Job Board

Post your resume and search available jobs and internships relevant to our programs.

Personal Career Advising

Receive one-on-one consultations with an expert staff member on resume creation, career strategy, and industry trends.

Alumni Mentoring

Form connections with Queens alumni in your field for career guidance and professional networking.


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  3. Payscale (2019 September 10). Average High School Principal Salary. Retrieved September 19, 2019, from
  4. Payscale (2019 August 15). Average Instructional Coordinator Salary. Retrieved October 7, 2019, from