Jill Lindsey, Director, School of Education and Leadership
Bowman Building, Room 213 A, 540-545-7324, [email protected]
The Non-licensure Concentration is designed for individuals working in educational or equivalent settings who desire to know more about schools and school leadership but do not want to pursue a public school license. Those from private or independent schools or international students may have an interest in the non-licensure option of this degree.
Applicants must have earned a Bachelor’s Degree, obtain 3 letters of recommendation, write a two- to three-page typed essay that includes their educational goals and interest in the program, and have experience in an educational setting or its equivalent. International students must meet Shenandoah University admissions and language certification requirements..
The degree requires the completion of 30 hours (minimum) in the program (see below) with a grade point average of 3.0 or better. The Shenandoah University computer competency requirement is met within the courses required for this degree.