School Administration Endorsement Licensure Program

The School Administration Endorsement Licensure Program is designed for individuals who currently hold a master’s degree in an educational related field (Counseling, Curriculum & Instruction, Instructional Technology, etc.) AND 3 years of teaching (or other professional education experience) or have been employed by an LEA as an assistant principal. Itis a 24-credit hour track that requires 12 hours in the major (4 content courses) and 6 hours in a field based, full-time internship and seminar. The field‐based internship MUST be completed during the fall and spring semesters. This track is typically completed in 12‐24 months depending on semester enrollment. Courses can be taken during the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

MSA 773 Contemporary Issues in Education Administration

MSA 774 Curriculum Leadership & Assessment (or MSA 765 Finance)

MSAL 784 Internship Supervision I

MSAL 785 Internship Supervision II

MSA 778 School Principalship

MSA 776 Educational Law

 

 

6 Hours

6 Hours

6 Hours

6 Hours

*During Internship Supervision II all students must take the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA). Candidate must complete the SLLA and earn a minimum score of 163