Designed for full-time administrators who hold a Preliminary Administrative Services Credential (PASC), Tier I, this professional administrative credential offers mentoring, support, and advanced coursework to evaluate and improve administrators' effectives. Candidates are challenged to develop visionary leadership through a program tailored to their individual needs.
Candidates who have received the PASC, Tier I and are employed in an administrative position have five years to obtain the Professional Administrative Services Credential.
Administrative Credential Program Highlights
- If you hold a Tier I credential, gain the skills and preparation needed to serve as a full-time administrator in higher level positions.
- Integrate applicable knowledge and experience based on the needs of your current role.
- Gain valuable skills and feedback grounded in a Christian worldview.
- A flexible format allows you to take classes through a one-on-one mentor approach.
School of Education Accreditation
Azusa Pacific University receives accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). In addition, the School of Education receives accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), making APU one of only three private schools in California with this distinction. Further, our credential programs are accredited by California’s Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC). Our Master of Arts in Education: Educational Psychology Program is also accredited by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). These notable accreditations set APU graduates apart from other candidates and ensure your degree will be recognized throughout the United States and internationally.
Azusa Pacific University held its place in the most prestigious category of U.S.News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges 2013 rankings, placing in Tier One at No. 179 in the National Universities category. In addition, The Princeton Review named APU as 1 of 121 institutions in the 2012 Best Colleges in the West for the seventh consecutive year.