This degree requires the successful completion of 33 credit hours including a School Executive Internship. The curriculum prepares qualified students to sit for K-12 principal certification in North Carolina.
EDUC 642 Leading in a Global Society
EDUC 652 Leading in Human Resources and Finance
EDUC 610 Building Community
EDUC 612 Leading Diversity
EDUC 631 Supervision to Improve Instruction
EDUC 646 Professional Learning Communities
EDUC 667 Education Law and Ethics
EDUC 671 Curriculum Development and Implementation
EDUC 676 Improving Instruction Using Data
EDUC 695 School Executive Internship I
EDUC 696 School Executive Internship II
Program Total: 33 Semester Hours
School Executive Internship
Interns will meet with their mentors (principals or assistant principals) within the first two weeks of EDUC 695: School Executive Internship I to design the internship, which will be school-specific and designed around the North Carolina Standards for School Executives. A minimum of 100 hours should be logged. Interns will also submit a paper about the internship experience.