The Master of Education in Education Leadership: Administrative Program for Principals (ADP) program is designed for individuals who are seeking a principal's certificate and a master's degree in education or who simply wish to continue to enhance their teaching and leadership skills. This program integrates K-12 principal certification into a master's degree.
Dr. Silvia Braidic
Global Online (100% online delivery)
Classes are conducted online with field experiences and internships taking place at the student's school site.
Approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, this online program meets state educational requirements for certification as a principal. The program complies with Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) standards, and may be used to meet certification and professional development requirements in other states.
|ADP 621 Curriculum Leadership Using a Standards Aligned System||3|
|ADP 626 Instructional Leadership & Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms||3|
|ADP 631 School Law & Ethics||3|
|ADP 641 School Community Relations Seminar||3|
|ADP 647 Orientation and Assessment||3|
|ADP 661 Educational Leadership||3|
|ADP 664 Field Project/Leadership (M.Ed. students only)||3|
|ADP 670 Internship Part 1||3|
|ADP 670 Internship Part 2 – Final Requirement for Certification||3|
|ADP 673 Field Project/Research & Evaluation (M.Ed. students only)||3|
Completion of an approved certification program is one requirement for certification in Pennsylvania. In the certification process, the University informs the state that a student has completed the University's state-approved program. The state then reviews the student's credentials and determines eligibility for certification. We encourage all students to review the Pennsylvania Department of Education certification requirements before beginning Cal U's program for further information about certification requirements in Pennsylvania. The endorsement for certification process must be initiated by the student once they have met all state requirements.
Students seeking certification in a state other than Pennsylvania must check their respective state Department of Education requirements and whether completing the principal program at Cal U will be accepted. Out-of-state students seeking Pennsylvania certification are required to notify the department of that intent in order to meet the Pennsylvania certification expectations. Additional information related to Pennsylvania certification can be found on the Pennsylvania Department of Education website: www.education.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/pennsylvania_department_of_education/7237.