The Concurrent Master of Education – Preliminary Administrator Licensure is available specifically for students enrolled in our PreAL program who do not yet have a master’s degree.
Our master’s program features collaborative involvement between university faculty and the student, which fosters mentor relationships.
Why earn a Concurrent MEd – PreAL?
Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) requires administrator candidates to possess a master’s degree to obtain a Preliminary Administrator License.
As a PreAL student, if you do not have a master’s degree, we offer a two-year Concurrent MEd – PreAL 45-credit program.
In the first year of the program, students complete the PreAL requirements; all 26 PreAL credits apply toward the Concurrent MEd – PreAL degree.
During the second year, students complete their master’s degree classes.
Concurrent MEd – PreAL Program Prerequisites
- Be accepted in the UO PreAL Program.
- Be able to complete the master’s degree concurrently with the Pre-AL program
- Hold, or be eligible to hold, a TSPC license
- Verify three years of full-time successful TSPC licensed experience
- Have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0
- Complete the UO Graduate School application for the MEd
Total Credits in a Typical PreAL Program: 26 Credits (one-year or two-year programs available)
- Course work: 17 Credits
- Practicum Experience: 9 Credits (360 hours of clinical administrative experience)
Concurrent MEd – PreAL Program Course Requirements
First Year – 26 Credits
|EDLD 607 Seminar: School Law and Social Justice||4|
|EDLD 607 Seminar: Academic Organization and Planning||4|
|EDLD 607 Seminar: Supervision and Instructional Leadership||3|
|EDLD 607 Seminar: School Management and Budget||3|
|EDLD 607 Seminar: Ethics and School/Community Relations||3|
|EDLD 609 Practicum||9|
Second Year – 19 Credits
|EDLD 620 Educational Leadership||3|
|EDLD 623 Cultural Adaptation of Evidence-Based Practices||3|
|EDLD 624 Leading for Equity||3|
|EDLD 625 Survey and Questionnaire Design||3|
|EDLD 643 Evidence-Based Decision Making||3|
|EDLD 685 Master's Project||4|
For more information about applying to the Concurrent MEd – PreAL program, please contact Angela Burham.