|Categories:||Certificate / Endorsement, Graduate|
|Completion Time:||1.5 years *|
* Based on 2 classes per semester including summer
The non-degree program leading to licensure as a superintendent of schools is a twenty-four (24) credit hour online program. Applicants to the program must hold a master’s degree, licensure as a principal and meet the requirements for admission to the program in Educational Leadership Administration and Supervision. The program consists of the following courses:
|EDAS 6113||School Finance|
|EDAS 6123||The Superintendency|
|EDAS 6133||Governance Groups|
|EDAS 6143||Management of Human Resources|
|EDAS 6153||Practicum in Educational Facilities|
|EDAS 6173||Administration and Assessment of Curricular Programs|
|Educational Leadership Seminar
Superintendent Internship & Graduate Project
District-Level Leadership Graduate Certificate Program
Required Courses (12 credit hours)
EDAS 6113 School Finance
EDAS 6123 The Superintendency
EDAS 6173 Administration & Assessment of Curricular Programs
EDAS 6183 Educational Leadership Seminar
Master’s degree and licensure candidates must complete a minimum number of courses and practicum hours in the approved plan of study. Candidates must apply for and receive approval to enroll in an administrative or superintendent’s internship course. Students must complete an internship application and submit it to their advisor.
Master’s degree and licensure candidates must prepare and satisfactorily defend a program portfolio based on the appropriate national and state licensure standards for an administrative license. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the portfolio requirement and pass the oral portfolio defense prior to graduation and/or application for licensure.
A student who fails the program portfolio requirement must re-submit the portfolio. Students who fail the portfolio requirement on the third attempt will be dismissed from the graduate program and no degree or program completion certificate will be awarded. Additionally, the University will not recommend the student for licensure. There is no appeal if a student fails the portfolio requirement on the third attempt.