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Education Administration Certification Careers

What Can I Do With A Education Administrative Certification Program?

School Administrator1

Prepare for a leadership position within the field of public education with a different Rank 1 certifications, including School Principal. The BLS projects an 8 percent growth rate for elementary, middle and high school principals by 2026. And as of 2017, the median annual wage for school principals was $94,390.

Instructional Coordinator2

Your Education Administration certification can give you the tools you need to develop instructional material and coordinate educational content – preparing you for a role as an Instructional Coordinator. It’s a position with a 2017 average median pay of $63,750 and a BLS-projected 11 percent rise in job openings by 2026.


Depending on the specific concentration you pursue for your certification, your Education Administration program can help you prepare for a number of careers in public, private and higher education, including:

  • Director of Pupil Personnel
  • Director of Special Education
  • School Superintendent
  • Lead Teacher

$63,750 Median Annual Pay for Instructional Coordinators2

1High School Teachers
2Instructional Coordinator