UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Students will complete 33 credits together in cohort fashion, finishing their degree in two years. Candidates who already hold a master's degree may complete 30 credits to be eligible for the Wisconsin licensure. In some cases, previously completed courses may count toward licensure requirements.
PLP 761 Leadership Development Seminar I, 4 credits
In the final phase of the program, a portfolio providing evidence of the skills needed to meet National Policy Board and Wisconsin Administrator standards is presented to a review panel of faculty and an area administrator.
Students may request that previously completed courses count toward licensure requirements.
Students also have the option to take an additional three-credit course that is offered during the summer term. This course, in combination with the coursework required for the Principal Licensure degree, will qualify graduates to earn the Wisconsin Director of Instruction licensure. If students have previously completed a Wisconsin Principal Licensure certification program, they should contact the program director for details about additional coursework that may be required to receive the certification.
TED 768 Curriculum of the Secondary School, 3 credits
In addition to the graduate student Admission Requirements, applicants must submit the following additional materials: