Superintendent Online Cohort
Superintendent License Online Cohort
SUMMER 2014 SUPERINTENDENT COHORT
ALL documents must be received by April 25, 2014
The new online Superintendent's Licensure Endorsement program will begin June 2014 and run through May 2015. Tuition rate is $475 per credit hour plus a $10 per credit hour distance learning fee. Financial Aid is available.
All coursework for the superintendent license takes place in an online format.
The superintendent license requires three years of experience in a position requiring a Principal or Administrative Specialist license. This license requires 18 hours of prescribed coursework. The superintendent license coursework includes a field experience as part of the 18 required hours. This license permits the holder to serve in any PK-12 administrative position with the exception of School Treasurer.
Superintendent License Prospectus (Plan of Study)
Summer (Semester 1):
EDAD 76515 Facilities Planning & Administration
EDAD 76522 School Finance & Economics
Fall (Semester 2):
EDAD 76747 Personnel
EDAD 76602 Leading for Social Justice
Spring (Semester 3):
EDAD 76534* The Superintendency
EDAD 76492* Internship in Educational Admin.
All coursework must be taken at Kent State University. Substitutions or modifications are considered on a case-by-case basis and must be approved in writing by the student's assigned advisor (degree students) or program coordinator (non-degree students), Dr. Christa Boske.
If you have questions about the superintendent on-line endorsement, cohort, or classes, please contact Dr. Joffrey Jones.
Concurrent Degree Program
Why not apply these licensure credits to your next degree?
Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) Degree: It's only 30 credits beyond your Master's degree!
- This would enable you to receive the superintendent license and an Ed. S. degree with overlapping course work.
Doctorate (Ph.D.) Degree: It's only 56 credits beyond your Master's degree!
- This would enable you to receive the superintendent license and a Ph.D. degree with overlapping course work.
To begin taking coursework in the Educational Administration program, your first step is to become a Kent State University graduate student. Learn more about the different application options.
- If you are interested in licensure only, apply as a non-degree student.
- If you are interested in earning a license along with a degree, apply for your desired degree.