EDUC 588- Principal as Instructional Leader I 
The student will integrate course work with on-site activities and field experiences necessary for the successful principal to focus understanding of the school principal as a leader and manager of change. Students will examine how to support and cultivate a professional learning community, the principal as instructional leader who sustains a culture of classroom teaching excellence. Students will engage in administrative and leadership responsibilities while examining school law and ethics. Student interns will complete 60 field placement hours (a total of 360 internship hours are required for certification).

EDUC 589- Principal as Instructional Leader II 
The student will integrate course work with on-site activities and field experiences necessary for the successful principal to focus on collaboratively creating a standards-based system for student success within diverse school settings. Students will engage in administrative and leadership responsibilities while examining and participating in special education processes, gaining knowledge in classifications/definitions, and learn assessment and intervention strategies for these students. Student interns will complete 60 field placement hours (a total of 360 internship hours are required for certification).

EDUC 590- The Principalship I 
The student will integrate course work with on-site activities and field experiences necessary for the successful principal to focus understanding of the school principal as a leader and manager of change. Students will examine research and practices related to decision-making, conceptualizing, planning, policy administration, motivation, community relations, evaluation, inter-group relations, and school climate. Students will engage in administrative and leadership responsibilities while examining school law and ethics. Student interns will complete 60 field placement hours (a total of 360 internship hours are required for certification).

EDUC 591- The Principalship II 
The student will integrate course work with on-site activities and field experiences necessary for the successful principal to focus on developing knowledge and skill to think and plan strategically, creating an organizational vision around teacher and student success. Students will engage in administrative and leadership responsibilities while examining and participating in special education processes, gaining knowledge in classifications/definitions, and learn assessment and intervention strategies for these students. Student interns will complete 60 field placement hours (a total of 360 internship hours are required for certification).

EDUC 598- Leadership Models for Effective Education I 
The student will integrate course work with on-site activities and field experiences necessary for the successful principal to focus understanding of the school principal as a leader and manager of change. Students will examine key leadership modes and how to maximize impact in the principal role. Students will engage in administrative and leadership responsibilities while examining school law and ethics. Student interns will complete 60 field placement hours (a total of 360 internship hours are required for certification).

EDUC 599- Leadership Models for Effective Education II 
The student will integrate course work with on-site activities and field experiences necessary for the successful principal to focus on leading data driven decision-making efforts for student success within diverse school settings. Understanding the budget process and building a school budget as well as how the budget is related to national standards and school visioning and planning, will be addressed. Students will engage in a variety of administrative and leadership responsibilities while completing field experiences. Student interns will complete 60 field placement hours (a total of 360 internship hours are required for certification).