The Residency Principalship Certification prepares you for the position of building principal. The building principal, who has line responsibility, works directly with the instructional program and student supervision, and provides input and direction to district-wide concerns of policy-making, fiscal management, planning, and curriculum. The building principal, under the supervision of the Superintendent, and in compliance with established policies of the school district, is responsible for planning, management, supervision, and evaluation of the educational program of a particular attendance are or administrative unit.
To receive a Residency Principal certificate:
Required Course Offerings
|EDAD 577 - Diversity Leadership||3||1|
|EDAD 579 - Education Personnel||4||1|
|EDAD 580 - Educational Administration||4||1|
|EDAD 581 - Public School Finance||4||1|
|EDAD 582 - School Curriculum*||4||1|
|EDAD 583 - School and Community**||4||1|
|EDAD 584 - School Supervision||4||1|
|EDAD 586 - Principalship||4||1|
|EDAD 589 - School Law||4||1|
|EDAD 692 / 693- Internship***||12||1||1||1|
* EDAD 582 may be waived for certification at the discretion of the Chair of Advanced Programs.
** Effective 2016-17, EDAD 583 will be offered in Spring quarter instead of Fall.
*** The internship begins during Pre-Autumn (EDAD 692) and continues with the Internship during the academic quarters (EDAD 693)