Prepare for the unique leadership necessary for quality school administration.
Ursuline’s 16-month superintendent licensure program is designed to prepare you, as a working school administrator, for leadership roles in central office administration. With a superintendent license, you may become a:
The program covers the mission and philosophy of Ohio public, parochial, and private education. You’ll learn in a cohort of principals or assistant principals from across the region, and build great connections in the process.
After completing a Master of Arts in Educational Administration degree and securing a principal’s license, you may pursue your superintendent license by completing an additional 12 credit hours. You must have covered all of the courses/topics outlined in Ursuline’s Principal Licensure program; if not, you may be required to complete additional courses.
Ursuline education programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Ursuline College is now offering a 30% tuition reduction for the Superintendent Licensure program for employees at the following partner schools: