WKU's Department of Educational Administration, Leadership, and Research is currently reviewing applications for the principal certification program Spring 2014 cohort. The deadline to apply for Spring admission is October 18; candidates should plan to participate in screening interviews on WKU's main campus on Saturday, October 26.
Download WKU Principal Program Brochure for more information about the program, and visit this page to access application materials. WKU's principalship program is cohort based; courses are delivered in a hybrid format that offers a combination of online and face-to-face instruction. A Master's degree is required for admission to the program, but candidates may earn Rank I or a Specialist in Education degree via their participation. Completion of Level I principal certification may be attained in as little as 18 months.
Many applicants are eligible for the Topper Educator Graduate Scholarship, which reduces tuition to $395 per credit hour for the next three years, even if normal tuition rates go up, a cost savings of many thousands of dollars.
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