Program Overview | Getting Started | Institution and Advisor | FAQs
The University of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB) offers this 21-credit hour program leading to principal certification for eligible candidates. In addition to completing course requirements, candidates for certification as a Principal must earn a passing score on the Texas Principal Certification Exam and must have at least two years of creditable classroom teaching experience.
In addition to completing course requirements, candidates for certification as a Principal must earn a passing score on the Texas Principal certification exam and must have at least two years of creditable classroom teaching experience.
To participate in Principal Certification program, you must apply to and be accepted by UT Permian Basin. Information regarding admission requirements and more can be found on the Educational Leadership program program page.
Refer to the Student Support section of our website for additional information on cross-campus registration, course access and campus contacts.
Institution and Advisor
Certificate Awarded: Principal Certification
Dr. Jessica Garrett, Chair - Education Leadership and Counseling
(432) 488-7118 | email@example.com
or, email the College of Education Graduate Advising office
Frequently Asked Questions
How many credits are required to complete the program?
The program consists of seven (3-credit) courses for a total of 21 credits.
How much will it cost?
Students are billed by UTPB for courses. Links to campus tuition and fee information can be found on the Tuition, Payments & Financial Aid page.
How can I find more information?
Reach out to the program contacts above if you have additional questions about the program.