Principal Licensure Program (PLP)
The Principal Licensure Program (PLP) is a post-master's, non-degree licensure program leading to Indiana's P-12 building level administrator's license. The program identifies outcomes and expectations based on current school leadership principles and practices and enables interns to engage in inquiry, research, dialogue, team learning, reflection, problem-based learning, collaboration, and standards-based assessment from a comprehensive P-12 perspective. The program is aligned to Indiana's Rules for Educator Preparation and Accountability (REPA) for building administrators and also aligned to the national Educational Leadership Constituent Council (ELCC) Standards. Candidates will develop and demonstrate proficiency through a variety of field experience activities and performance assessments. The culminating Applied Principal's Portfolio reflects a standards-based emphasis and will prepare candidates to pass Indiana's building level administrator exam. The program curriculum is 18 credit hours.