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Completion of a master's degree is generally required for school administrators, with preschools and some private schools requiring only a bachelor's degree in education. Administrators also frequently earn a doctorate if they desire to rise in the hierarchy. In addition, licensure or certification is necessary for many positions. This profession often requires training.
What are Education Administrators like?
Based on our pool of users, education administrators tend to be predominately artistic people. Take our career test to see what career interest category best describes you.
Education Administrators by Strongest Interest Archetype
Based on sample of 691 Sokanu users
Are Education Administrators happy?
Education administrators rank as moderately happy among careers. Overall they rank in the 54th percentile of careers for satisfaction scores.
Education Administrator Career Satisfaction by Dimension
Percentile among all careers
Education History of Education Administrators
The most common degree held by education administrators is Psychology. 8% of education administrators had a degree in psychology before becoming education administrators. That is over 1 times the average across all careers. Business Management And Administration graduates are the second most common among education administrators, representing 6% of education administrators in the Sokanu user base, which is 1.0 times the average.
Education Administrator Education History
This table shows which degrees people earn before becoming an Education Administrator, compared to how often those degrees are obtained by people who earn at least one post secondary degree.