Superintendent License Program

The Superintendent  License Certificate is a concentration of coursework and field work that upon successful completion of the program will qualify candidates to apply for a Superintendent License (Wisconsin License Code  #5003). The Superintendent Licensure Program is offered in a blended delivery model. Two courses within the program have a face to face (in person or virtual) class experience required, followed by on line coursework and culminating with another face to face experience.  In addition to coursework, students are also required to complete internships and a culminating portfolio.  Upon completion of the program the candidate will be awarded an Educational Specialist certificate. In order to be admitted to the Superintendent Certification Program candidates must hold a Master’s degree and hold (or be eligible for) 5051 licensure as a principal.


EDG 6150The Superintendency **3
EDG 6155Professional Ethics in Leadership3
EDG 6160Organizational and Policy Development3
EDG 6165School Improvement and Data Analysis3
EDG 6170Public Relations3
EDG 6175Facility Planning **3
EDG 7130Advanced Internship in Superintendency I1
EDG 7131Advanced Internship in Superintendency II2
EDG 7135Superintendency Portfolio0
**Residency Component = Required face-to-face meeting on first and last Saturday of course
Total Hours21