You’re already helping to build a better future: You teach. Now prepare to serve and lead at a higher level by earning your Principal Licensure.
Combine your passion for education with your talent for leadership. With CSU-Global’s Principal Licensure program, you can prepare for an assistant principal or principal role in elementary, middle, or high schools—and you can complete your online education leadership principal licensure entirely online, around your busy schedule. Choose the option that is right for you:
Whichever option you choose, you will learn education theory and high-level leadership techniques as well as the tools to coordinate daily school activities, oversee curricula, and maintain a safe, productive learning environment. It’s a challenging and rewarding occupation, and CSU-Global is here to help you prepare for a bright future as an effective leader in education.
Principal Licensure requirements vary from state-to-state. This program was established and approved based on the State of Colorado standards; therefore, students who successfully complete this program are eligible for a Colorado Principal License. Students are solely responsible for checking what the specific requirements are from their state's Department of Education.
No later than 14 days prior to start of the term, the following documents will need to be uploaded through the student portal:
This course examines the goals and objectives for individuals and groups to shape school culture, climate, and values. Students learn to facilitate the development of a shared strategic vision and prioritize the student and staff needs of a school within community and district contexts.
This course fulfills the internship requirement of the Education Leadership Principal Licensure program at CSU-Global Campus. Prior to enrolling in this course, students should have completed the 300 total hours (approximately six hours per week) of internship activities that specifically relate to course content in the other EDL courses within the program. Learners will then complete assignments that focus on their clinical observation and application of knowledge and skills in various situations.
This course examines instructional leadership in K-12 schools with special attention to issues of promoting the success of every student. Students focus on advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school culture and instructional program conducive to learning and staff professional growth.
This course introduces the ethical, social, and technical dimensions of current educational leadership practice. Top- ics include creating an inclusive and welcoming school cli- mate, promoting the overall development of every student, providing instruction that meets the needs of diverse student populations, and fostering a culture that encourages continual improvement.
This course focuses on personnel management and instructional supervision for creating effective learning environments with diversity and equity. Students learn how to be visionary change agents by creating collaborative learning communities, engaging in reflective and research-based practices, and increasing capacity for leadership development.
This course explores the allocation of resources for maximizing student and staff learning support. Students learn the necessary functions for managing school operations conducive to learning and ensuring a safe environment in accordance with federal/state laws and school board policies.
This course investigates the development and successful implementation of initiatives that better serve learners. Students learn to effectively design structures and processes that result in community engagement, support, and ownership. The course content focuses on proactively creating opportunities for parents, community leaders, and business representatives to participate in meaningful school activities, and provides effective strategies to leverage district and community resources in the best interest of students and their families.
Advanced examination of an educator led research approach with an emphasis on instructional improvement and student learning.