Thank you for inquiring about the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Educational Administration Certification program. The four prerequisites to candidacy include the following:
This program includes twenty-four credits (8 courses of varying credits) that will be offered on Saturdays and during the summer for a two-year period. Students will be limited to enrolling in a maximum of 6 UW-Platteville graduate credits during the summer and 9 UW-Platteville graduate credits during the spring/fall semesters. In order to be recommended for certification, the candidate must possess a master's degree, complete the twenty-four credit educational administration program, and upon completion of the program hold a professional educator license. Students needing to secure a Master of Science in Education (33 credits) can do so by completing an additional 9 specified credits (three three-credit courses) before, during, or after the 24-credit Educational Administration Certification Program.
Following is a schedule of when courses will be offered:
|Module 1 Summer||TCHG 7340 - Intro Seminar|
Initial Setup of practicim
Introduction to portfolio
|Module 2 Fall||TCHG 7360 - Student Learning - 4 credits|
6 Saturdays total (1 from Summer)
|Module 3 Spring||TCHG 7350 - Relationships - 4 credits|
First portfolio assessment of Admin Standard 1 (Ten teaching standards)
|TCHG 7310 - 1 practicum credit for mid-program & midterm evaluation||1|
|Module 4 Summer||TCHG 7370, Systems 1 -4 credits|
12:30-5 (4 weeks)
|Module 5 Fall||TCHG 7380 - Legal Aspects - 4 credits|
|Module 6 Spring||TCHG 7390 - Systems 2 - 4credits|
8am-5, 6 Saturdays
Final portfolio assessment - Admin standards two through seven
|TCHG 7310 - 1 practicum credit for final evaluation||1|
Admission will be based on completion of the four prerequisites and attendance to the Wisconsin Leadership Academy (with an additional cost for registration). Candidates will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.
The application process for the Educational Administration program will be handled exclusively through the School of Education. For all questions regarding the admission process, program calendar, or coursework, please contact David Chellevold, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608-342-1065.
For those students completing the Master of Science in Education program with certification, the courses TCHG #7000 Research Procedures, and TCHG #7830 Educational Research Paper or Project, are required.
Before taking any classes, a student must enroll as a graduate student with the School of Graduate Studies. The School of Graduate Studies website provides more information. Students not enrolled in the MSE program will enroll as "Special Students."
To apply for admission to the School of Graduate Studies, the applicant must:
Students may apply online by using the UW-System electronic application at www.apply.wisconsin.edu
For more information about registration and records contact Linda Jamieson, School of Graduate Studies, at email@example.com or call 608-342-1322.