This program leads to Colorado Teacher licensure as a K-12 Principal. It is for individuals who have completed a bachelor's degree from a regionally-accredited institution.
Specific Program Requirements
Principal Licensure (27 credit hours)
The purpose of this post-baccalaureate certificate is to be endorsed as a K-12 principal. The 27 credit hours shown below include all courses required for principal licensure. This certificate can be paired with a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership for those who are interested.
|All courses below are required for principal licensure.|
|ED 600||Introduction to Educational Leadership||3|
|ED 601||Shaping Organizations: Leadership & Management||3|
|ED 602||Legal & Financial Dimensions of School Leadership||3|
|ED 603||External Environments in Leadership||3|
|ED 604||Educator Development, Supervision, & Evaluation||3|
|ED 605||The Principalship: Leadership at the Site Level||3|
|ED 606||Technology & Site-Level, Data-Driven Decisions||3|
|ED 698||Internship in Educational Leadership||6|
Any course substitutions or transfer credit must be approved by the Director of the School of Education.