The Tier II Administrative Services Credential program is designed to develop the professional competencies of practicing educational leaders. As a holder of an Administrative Services Credential, you’ll gain the skills necessary to:
• Develop, coordinate, and supervise student support services
• Discipline students
• Manage school site, district, or county-level fiscal services
• Develop, coordinate, and assess instructional programs
• Supervise, evaluate and discipline certificated and classified personnel
- Required Courses
- EDAU 710 Professional Clear Mentoring of
- In this course, candidates will demonstrate their
knowledge, skills and abilities through an assessment component and ongoing interaction with their faculty mentor and district support provider. Under supervision, candidates will design and implement a Professional Induction Plan (PIP) in which activities are identified that will assist candidates in gaining competencies as a school administrator. In addition, candidates will develop a Professional Portfolio, verifying mastery in all of the California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs.
- EDAU 720 Professional Clear Assessment of Candidates Competence II
- This course builds upon the foundations of the prior
strengths of the candidates, the Professional Induction Plan (PIP), and the materials in the Professional Portfolio. Candidates synthesize their learning and apply conceptual knowledge to administrative practice in ways that engage them in important issues of educational leadership. (EDAU 720 is the second half of the required program. See EDAU 710 for information on the first half.) To recommend a candidate for the Professional Clear Administrative Services Credential, the faculty mentor must verify competence in candidate performance as outlined in the California Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CPSELs)using the candidate’s Portfolio and feedback from the District Support Provider and Faculty Mentor. A summative assessment brings closure to this process and establishes direction for continuing growth and professional development.
- Admission Requirements
- Possess a valid Preliminary Administrative Services California credential
- Hold a current position as an administrator in an approved P12 setting
- Complete online application for graduate admission
- Form CL-777 titled Verification of Employment as an Administrator
- Two letters of recommendation from professional educators who have knowledge of the candidate's administrative performance and should be presented on school or district letterhead
- Current resume
Students must be formally admitted to Brandman University and the Professional Administrative Services, Tier II program prior to registering for EDAU 710.
Students must successfully complete EDAU 710 before moving on to EDAU 720. The courses may not be taken at the same time.