Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning (CASAL)

Administration and Supervision Program


The educational administration and supervision program is based on a conceptual framework of the Administrator as a Visionary Practitioner. Graduates achieve outcomes reflecting the five knowledge bases that compose this model: organizational change, relational, developmental, contextual, and ethical. These knowledge bases are applied to the programs within the environments of urban and suburban schools, which are diverse and include students with disabilities.

Professor Fred Hampton Ph.D

The Center for Educational Leadership has an alternate program to obtaining a principal's license. View the Inspired Leaders program for more information.