Certificate in Educational Administration: Type 75 (Post-Master's)
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The Post-Master's Certificate in Educational Administration (Type 75) is intended for students who have a master's degree in education or an education related field seeking the coursework required to become an administrator in Illinois schools. The number of graduate hours required varies from 18-30 hours based upon previous coursework. In addition to a Masters Degree and specific graduate coursework, candidates for the Illinois Type 75 Certificate are also required to have two years of full time teaching experience or school personnel experience and successful completion of the required State of Illinois certification examinations.
Process to Apply
- Submit a copy of your graduate transcript to Dr. Jenny Tripses at #336 Westlake Hall, 1501 W. Bradley Ave., Peoria, IL 61625.
- An evaluation of the Bradley courses necessary for a Type 75 certificate will be mailed to you.
- Apply to the Graduate School for admission into the program.
- Upon acceptance into the program, you are assigned an advisor.
- Meet with your advisor and develop a program of study.
Prospective candidates for certification must formally apply to the Post-Master's Certification in Educational Administration Certificate Program. Applicants must hold a master's degree from an accredited institution. Application materials for each candidate shall consist of the Bradley Application for Graduate Admission and fee, and all standard graduate application forms from the Graduate School, three letters of recommendation from professionals in the field who would have direct knowledge of the qualifications and character of the candidate, copies of official transcripts from previous undergraduate and graduate work, and essays.
The department in Educational Administration is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), approved by the Illinois State Board of Education, and qualifies graduates with the necessary coursework for a Type 75 General Administrative Endorsement necessary for entry level school administrators.
Research Opportunities for Students
Students have opportunities for research through several courses, including ETE 550 (Independent Study), ETE 650 (Topics in C & I and Technology), ETE 698 (Creative Production/Research), and ETE 699 (Thesis). Other courses often offer opportunities for students to engage in small research projects. In addition, faculty are open to collaborating with students on research projects of interest to both parties.
Faculty and Their Interests
Faculty and their interests are widely varied and span pre-K - Adult levels and in each major education area. More detail about individual faculty and their interests can be found at the College of Education and Health Sciences.
Department Contact Information
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