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Licensure Programs

CIPD LICENSURE


The Department of Educational Leadership offers a graduate-level licensure program in curriculum, instruction and professional development for students who have completed the master's degree in Educational Leadership or a comparable M.S. program. To earn CIPD licensure, candidates must do the following:

  • Complete 15 hours of designated CIPD licensure coursework.
  • Provide evidence of two years of successful teaching experience under a standard teaching credential.
  • Obtain a passing score of 220 on the Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) state test. Information regarding this test can be found online at http://www.oh.nesinc.com/.

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PRINCIPAL LICENSURE


The Department of Educational Leadership offers a graduate-level principal licensure program for students who have completed the master's degree in Educational Leadership or a comparable M.S. program. To earn principal licensure, candidates must do the following:

  • Complete 12 hours of designated principal licensure coursework.
  • Provide evidence of two years of successful teaching experience under a standard teaching credential.
  • Obtain a passing score of 220 on the Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) state test. Information regarding this test can be found online at http://www.oh.nesinc.com/.

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SUPERINTENDENT LICENSURE


The Department of Educational Leadership offers a graduate-level superintendent licensure program in for students who have completed the master's degree in Educational Leadership or a comparable M.S. program and have obtained principal licensure. To earn superintendent licensure, candidates must do the following:

  • Complete 12 hours of designated licensure coursework.
  • Provide evidence of three years of successful administrative experience under a standard administrative credential.

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Administration License Examination Required


Beginning September 1, 2013, a new test series (OAE), will replace the Praxis II series as the required Ohio educator licensure tests. Additional information can be found on the ODE website at http://www.oh.nesinc.com/. Individuals who successfully completed a Praxis test required for licensure prior to September 2013 may use the Praxis test results to satisfy the licensure test requirement at the time they apply for licensure.