PRINCIPAL PREPARATION GRADUATES, CLASS OF 2016! STACIE FRANCE AND JAMIE HARTRICH, APPOINTED ADMINISTRATORS
Within the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations, the P-12 Administration Doctoral concentration is designed for educators who hold a master's degree, have a Type 75 Certificate (General Administrative-Principal), and have some building or district leadership experience. Candidates should possess good academic and leadership credentials.
Those with a Type 75 Certificate and at least two years administrative leadership experience may work toward a Doctoral degree. Those seeking P-12 administrative positions generally work toward a Doctor of Education degree, while those who wish to focus on research pursue a Doctor of Philosophy degree. Students in either program may also complete requirements for Superintendent or Chief School Business Official endorsement on a professional educator license.
The program's conceptual framework is Practical Wisdom for Leaders: Connecting Theory to Practice, which encompasses the following beliefs: