This program is available through our Online Center. It is designed for individuals already holding a Master’s degree who wish to obtain Texas Superintendent Certification.
This specialization prepares students to sit for the TExES Superintendent Certification Exam. The Superintendent Certification Program Admission Requirements, Application Requirements, and Program Specifics, and Steps to Apply vary slightly from our other Education Graduate Programs. Additional information for these areas are covered below.
There are three ways to get your transcripts to Concordia:
A student delivered transcript will only be accepted as an official transcript if it is received in the original sealed envelope and stamped by the institution of records as "Issued to the Student in a Sealed Envelope."
Concordia also accepts transcripts electronically:
To the Center in which you plan to take classes.
The program is comprised of 16 credit hours composed of four classes and a Practicum that will run for the entire year. The program is offered in a Cohort format and meets one time a week, with occasional practicum work.
*Financial Aid may be available. Please visit www.fafsa.gov to complete the free application for federal student aid. Completing the FAFSA does not guarantee aid and each student is evaluated based on current or previous financial aid awarded.
1. Complete online Graduate Application
2. Pay $50.00 Application Fee
3. Submit Admission Packet containing the following:
A. Official Transcript from master’s degree granting institution
B. Copy of valid Principal Certification
C. District Service Record showing administrator experience
D. Three Letters of Recommendation
E. Professional Resume
Send application materials to the Online Center. All items must be submitted as a complete packet to avoid delay of materials being reviewed for admission into the program.
Concordia University Texas – Online Center
11400 Concordia University Dr.
Austin, TX 78726
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Concordia University Texas is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award the associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.