Credential in Administrative Services

Be the Leader For Education’s Future.

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Degree Overview


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A passion for education. A call to leadership. A desire to build a brighter, better-educated tomorrow. These are the qualities that exemplify the worldview of candidates in our Administrative Services Credential program. In this program, offered by the California School of Education (CSOE), we will help transform the experienced teachers of today into the principals, superintendents, administrators, and educational leaders of tomorrow. If you are an experienced educator looking to take the next step into a management and leadership role, this is the program that will take you from educator to a leader of education’s future.

 

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Degree Highlights

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CTC-Approved Online Course

This program is fully approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) and offered entirely online with courses designed to effectively train you in vital aspects of educational administration—from School Law and Ethics, to Finance, to Human Resource Management.

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1-Class Masters

You can get your Master of Arts in Education (MAE) in Educational Administration with just one additional class—a capstone project to be completed after the standard credential courses.

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1-Year Program

The Administrative Services Credential is a 30- or 33-unit program that can be completed in just one year.

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Degree Information


Transform Your Experience Into Expertise, and Your Expertise Into Educational Leadership

The Administrative Services Credential, whether taken with the optional MAE in Educational Administration, includes three courses of research and field experience that serve to both meet CAL APA requirements and round out your education with practical training that best prepares you for a new career as an educational administrator. These courses are known as the Leadership Cycles and cover the following topics: Analyzing Data to Inform School Improvement and Promote Equity, Facilitating Communities of Practice, and Supporting Teacher Growth. Each of the three Leadership Cycle courses cover an aspect of professional practice in this field that cannot simply be taught via classroom instruction, and will ask each student to Investigate, Plan, Act, and Reflect as a way to help grow themselves into an exemplary administrator.

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Degree Campus Locations


The Administrative Services Credential Program is only offered as an online program. Explore our online programs below.

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Why Alliant

At Alliant, our mission is to prepare students for professional careers of service and leadership and promote the discovery and application of knowledge to improve the lives of people in diverse cultures and communities around the world. Our Vision is an inclusive world empowered by Alliant alumni.

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Why CSOE

At CSOE, we believe that education is the great equalizer and are committed to preparing and empowering the next generation of educational professionals.

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