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Superintendent License Program


The Superintendent License Program is Nationally Recognized by the Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC), which is a premier accreditation organization for Educational Administration Programs.

The Superintendent Licensure Program includes a balanced approach of on-line and in-class instruction which is coupled with internships. The program, which can be completed in twelve months, focuses on the managerial, planning/leadership, and human relations responsibilities of district leaders.

The program provides students with an opportunity to gain substantive knowledge about the operations of a school district. This objective, however, is addressed with consideration that the students are nearly all current school leaders--e.g. principals and the like--with a plethora of other responsibilities. Among other things, a total of 9 in-class sessions are scheduled over the course of the entire program.

For admission criteria and application procedures, please refer to this file.

Superintendent License Program Program of Study.

First Semester:

  • EDAD 6810, Managing the School District (4 semester credit hours)

Second Semester:

  • EDAD 6820, Planning District-Wide Improvement (4 semester credit hours)

  • EDAD 6915, Internship in Education (4 semester credit hours)

Summer Session I

  • EDAD 6830, Human Relations at the District Level (4 semester credit hours)

  • EDAD 6916, Internship in Education (2 semester credit hours)

Total of 18 semester credit hours                                                       

For more information about the program, please contact:­Licensure Program Class

Robin Boyd
Administrative Assistant, Educational Administration Program
boydr@ohio.edu
740.533.4579

 

 

 

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