Administrative Services Professional Credential

The clear administrative services professional credential is a two year program.  The program consists of professional development designed to address the six CPSELs, development of a Individualized Induction Plan, assessment, and a minimum of 40 hours of coaching with a certified coach each year. 

Admission to the Program

In addition to the general requirements of the university for admission as a postbaccalaureate student, admission to the Professional Clear Administrative Services Credential program requires the following:

  1. Application for admission to the program;
  2. A valid Preliminary Administrative Services Credential;
  3. Verification of current employment in an administrative position;
  4. A 3.0 ("B") grade point average in all graduate work;
  5. Verification of a Master's Degree in a related field;
  6. An Individual Program Plan (IP) on file or in progress.

Recommendation for the Professional Credential

In order to be recommended for a credential, the student must have:

  1. Two (2) years of full-time administrative experience in the public schools, or private schools or equivalent;
  2. Completed all program requirements while employed in a full-time school/district administrative position.

Credential Requirements (16 units)

EADM 6681Vision and Student Achievement2
EADM 6682Collaborative Culture of Teaching and Learning2
EADM 6683Resource Management of the Learning Institution2
EADM 6684Political, Legal, Cultural Context in Education2
EADM 6685Coaching and Assessment Practicum I2
EADM 6686Coaching and Assessment Practicum II2
EADM 6687Coaching and Assessment Practicum III2
EADM 6688Coaching and Assessment Practicum IV2
Culminating Experience0
Total Units16

Culminating Experience (0 units)

Student Portfolio

Individual Induction Plan