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Point Park University's K-12 school principal certificate is an 18-credit, post-baccalaureate program designed for certified teachers who are interested in broadening their career opportunities and moving into administrative positions within schools.

To be eligible for certification by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, candidates must have three years of professional experience in an educational setting that is related to the instructional process and pass the required Praxis exams.

View the gainful employment disclosure for this program.

Pictured is K-12 principal certification alumnus Patrick Scott. | Photo by Jim Judkis

Patrick Scott '12, became an assistant high school principal at Woodland Hills High School after earning his principal certification from Point Park University.