Chicago 430 S. Michigan Ave.Chicago, IL 60605(312) 341-3500
Schaumburg 1400 N. Roosevelt Blvd.Schaumburg, IL 60173(847) 619-7300
This 8 course series (24-semester hours) is designed for those students who already have an M.A. degree in the field of education. This coursework leads to the General Administrative Type 75 certification, but does not lead to a graduate degree.
This series of courses prepares educational leaders, administrators and supervisors for important leadership roles in elementary and secondary schools. In order to qualify for Roosevelt University's recommendation for the Illinois Administrative Certificate (Type 75) with General Administrative and General Supervisory Endorsements, all requirements in effect at the time of application must be met. The Illinois State Board of Education also requires satisfactory scores on the Illinois Certification Testing System Basic Skills Test and General Supervisory And General Administrative Tests prior to issuing a certificate.
By offering students theories that focus on transformational leadership, open systems and opportunities for practical experiences, as well as a review of issues and problems of educational reform, the college hopes to produce practitioners skilled in communications, human relations, and managerial analysis and informed about law and finance.
Students must complete 24 semester hours of course work with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and a maximum of two courses with grades of C.
Two internship courses, ELOC 464 and 463, are taken over the last two semesters of a student’s program. These experiences in schools with diverse student populations provide exposure to the issues faced by an administrator or supervisor.
The 8 course, 24 semester-hour program of study normally takes four semesters to complete. Students enroll in two courses per semester. Courses are offered Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters.
Call, write or e-mail today for further information about our program geared toward working school professionals.Gregory M. Hauser, PhD Associate Professor