Graduate School of Education

Administrator License Programs

The Willamette University Graduate School of Education offered two administrator license programs.  The Initial Administrator License Program prepared candidates to fully enter the dynamic arena of school administration.  Our advanced, or Continuing Administrator License Program allowed individuals to enhance their career in educational administration and also paved the way for the pursuit of a superintendent license.

Program Highlights

Continuing Administrator License (CAL) Program

NOTE: We are no longer accepting applications for admission to the CAL program.

  • Convenient - The schedule for the Continuing Administrator License/CAL Program varies according to instructor and candidate need. CAL candidates may take up to nine years to complete the program, in alignment with TSPC licensing requirements for the Continuing Administrator License
  • Non-cohort Model - The courses of the program may be taken in the order and speed a candidate desires, keeping in mind any license deadlines.

Initial Administrator License (IAL) Program

NOTE: We are no longer accepting applications for admission to the IAL program.

  • Compact, Flexible - The program may be completed in two years or less.
  • Convenient - The schedule ensures that working educators have both the time and the energy do their job as they complete preparation for administrator licensure.
  • Flexible - The IAL may be completed as a part of the Master of Education degree.

Notice

The Graduate School of Education discontinued offering degree, licensing and endorsement programs at the end of the 2013-14 academic year.