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Intern Administrative Services Credential

School of Education

The program competencies for the intern credential are identical to the preliminary administrative services credential and require the enrollment in the 1-unit ADM 793G - Internship each semester until the preliminary coursework is completed.

In addition, you must be in an administrative position and have completed the CBEST prior to enrollment in the program. (See the program director prior to enrollment.)

Program Highlights

  • Experienced and supportive university faculty
  • Exposure to relevant, on-site challenges facing current administrators
  • Collaboration with the candidate’s district regarding coaching and professional learning activities
  • Flexible and directly tied to the learning needs of the candidate
  • Technology-infused curriculum

Catalog

The program competencies for the intern credential are identical to the preliminary administrative services credential and require the enrollment in the 1-unit ADM 793G - Internship  each semester until the preliminary coursework is completed.

In addition, the intern credential candidate must be in an administrative position and have completed the CBEST prior to enrollment in the program. (See the program director prior to enrollment.)

Required Courses (24 - 28 Units)

  • ADM 740 - Building Shared Vision and Leadership Capacity Credits 2
  • ADM 741 - Developing Student Learning in a Standards-Based System Credits 4
  • ADM 741A - Fieldwork: Developing Student Learning in a Standards-Based System Credits 2
  • ADM 742 - Organizational Management in Support of Student Learning Credits 4
  • ADM 742A - Fieldwork: Organizational Management in Support of Student Learning Credits 2
  • ADM 743 - Meeting Diverse Needs of Family and Community Credits 2
  • ADM 744 - Connecting the Broader Influences on Schools Credits 4
  • ADM 744A - Fieldwork: Connecting the Broader Influences on Schools Credits 2
  • ADM 745 - Digital Leadership in Schools Credits 2
  • ADM 793G - Internship Credits 1

Note:

Meets necessary California requirements for an entry-level administrative position in grades K-12.

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First Steps to Admission

  • Apply online
  • Submit 2-3 reference forms (Varies based on program of interest)
    These can be filled out by academic or professional acquaintances familiar with your ability to complete graduate-level work. Print the reference form.
  • Include statement of intent.
    You can also provide an addendum explaining your interest in the program, any long-term goals and your experience in the field.
  • Request official transcripts.
    Transcripts must be from accredited institutions to verify your bachelor’s degree. Send transcripts electronically to trans.evaluator@fresno.edu or mail sealed transcripts to the Registrar’s Office at 1717 S. Chestnut Ave. Fresno, CA 93702.
  • Complete program requirements.
    These requirements are specific to your program of choice. You will be contacted for an interview and additional requirements if applicable.
  • Apply for financial aid.
    You can apply for FAFSA.  Use FPU school code: 001253
  • Schedule an appointment.
    Meet with your Student Financial Services Advisor. You can contact them at 559-453-2041 | sfs@fresno.edu.

State Authorization

State authorization is a federal requirement in the HigherEducation Act that requires institutions to be authorized in the state in which online programs are offered. Fresno Pacific University works regularly with individual state authorization agencies to meet each state's requirements. Currently, Fresno Pacific University has received authorization to offer online degree programs in all but six states: Georgia, Michigan, New York, New Mexico, Rhode Island and Wisconsin.

For the latest updates on the status of FPU's authorization in your state, contact your FPU Admissions representative.

Cost & Financial Aid

The below listed prices reflect the current and upcoming Fall and Spring semesters and do not include any financial aid. Paying for college can be an overwhelming step in your education journey. We can help you find all the opportunities to reduce your out of pocket costs.

Tuition & Fees

2022-23
Tuition per Unit Amount
700 Level $705
Teacher Education $705
MBA $757*
MSN and LEAD $720
KIN $570
Other Costs Amount
Student services fee (per semester) $60
* Field Placement Fee (charged for both the international and regional trip semesters) $1,500
2021-22
Tuition per Unit Amount
700 Level $690
Teacher Education $690
MBA $757*
MSN and LEAD $710
KIN $560

* Fall 2020 & later cohorts

Other Costs Amount
Student services fee (per semester) $60
* Field Placement Fee (charged for both the international and regional trip semesters) $1,500

* This is an estimate. Costs subject to change. Cost of attendance figures are used for budgeting purposes only and represent an estimate of projected tuition and fees for the coming academic year. Actual tuition rates are approved by the Board of Trustees and may vary.

Types of aid

Financial aid can refer to scholarships, grants and loans, which are available to you from the government, the university or outside sources. Aid types vary depending on the type of student you are.

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Career Opportunities

  • Administrative Professional

Career Development Happens Here

The staff in our Career Development and Experiential Learning Center are here to help you prepare to enter the working world. Whether your a freshman or an FPU alum, there are a number of resources and trainings offered to help you find the internship and job you’re looking for.

  • Resume writing classes
  • Career assessments, exploration & planning
  • Job search and networking opportunities
  • and much more

Visit the Career Development Center