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For nearly 40 years, Ursuline’s Educational Administration Program has been a regional powerhouse—preparing highly effective leaders of public and nonpublic schools. The program philosophy and mission incorporate research findings on effective schools, best practices in teaching and learning, organizational development, and the principle-centered approach to leadership and administration.
Principal and Superintendent Licensure
Students can seek licensure for these leadership positions by completing additional credit hours of coursework, developing a network of peer leaders in the process. Learn more about the superintendent licensure program and the principal licensure program.
Students applying for admission must meet the general requirements for graduate admission.
The Education programs at Ursuline College are accredited through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP). The programs are also approved by the Chancellor of the Oho Department of Higher Education. The Education Leadership/Principal Licensure program is also nationally recognized by the ELCC/NELP, National Educational Leadership Preparation through 2026. The ELCC/NELP is a Specialized Professional Association with additional rigorous standards. The principal licensure program is designed to help educational leaders develop the skills to address real issues and responsibilities facing a building leader today.
Graduates of the program enjoy careers in elementary, middle school, high school and central office administration. Currently, there are more than 300 Ursuline graduates functioning as administrators in Northeast Ohio. For a detailed list of recent placements, view this document.
I chose Ursuline for the small class sizes and it felt like home as soon as I stepped foot on campus.
Educational Administration & Principal Licensure
William Svoboda has been named president/principal of Trinity High School in Garfield Heights, Ohio.