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Thursday, August 4, 2011
UT Arlington and Academic Partnerships have created a new online Superintendent Certificate Program tailored to professional school administrators and offered through the College of Education and Health Professions.
This non-thesis certificate program complies with Educational Leadership Constituent Council standards and is designed for administrators who want to advance in the K-12 education arena. The program is intended for current administrators, principals, and others with at least two years of administrative experience and a master’s degree.
The program was developed by UT Arlington faculty and area school district leaders to ensure that participants acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to become school superintendents. The first cohort begins Monday, Aug. 15, with five start dates planned per year.
“UT Arlington has offered an outstanding superintendents’ program for more than a decade, and the AP program allows us to extend our proven curriculum beyond the traditional campus,” says Jeanne Gerlach, dean of the College of Education and Health Professions.
Read more about the Superintendent Certificate Program.