Cabrini offers instructional leaders and teacher leaders the opportunity to gain certification as district administrators.
This program is designed based on a needs analysis survey of the region's superintendents and building administrators, and addresses all performance areas recommended for successful entry into school administration. From start to finish, candidates in this program receive a carefully designed blend of guided field experience that reflects best practices, as well as theoretical knowledge in organizational behavior, social systems, computer- and supportive-learning technologies, effective communication, school law, leadership, and management models.
Course Requirements -
Three credits unless otherwise specified
Master of Education
EDG 501 - Educational Research
Principal/Administrative I Courses (27 credits)
For PreK-12 principal certification, 360 on-site hours that span the 12-month life cycle of a school year are required in this program as per PDE mandates. 180 field and 180 internship hours are required. Field experiences are embedded within courses, as indicated, and require a log and a job-embedded field project to be completed on-site and assessed by a mentoring administrator and course instructor.