Chief School Business Official (CSBO) Endorsement
This program earns students a Certificate of Advanced Study and the Chief School Business Official (CSBO) Endorsement. Students with the Superintendent license, a CPA, or a MBA may only need 6-14 credits depending on previous course work completed. A review of transcripts will be completed to personalize each student's program.
The School of Education is a university partner of Illinois Association of School Business Officials (IASBO).
Graduate Certificate of Advanced Study
This program is for students who need a full program to seek the position of district school business official. The full program requires the completion of 34 semester hours of course work, including 28 hours of EDL courses and three semesters (two credit hours each) of internship experiences.1
Passing at the graduate level is considered a B or higher. A maximum of 8 hours of C (2.0) is applicable, provided that a minimum GPA of 3.0 is reached at the time of program completion and an approved Student Petition is on file in the Office of Records and Registration. Grades of C- or lower are not accepted.
Candidates must take and pass ISBE Licensure Exam(s) in their specific area(s) to qualify for Illinois entitlement
|EDL 524||Educational Bargaining Approaches & Employability Issues||4|
|EDL 541||Educational Research Methods 1||4|
|EDL 543||Assessment for Learning 1||4|
|EDL 603||Advanced Seminar on Law and Public Policy||4|
|EDL 605||Research in Educational Leadership 1||4|
|EDL 611||Superintendent as Instructional Leader 1||4|
|EDL 612||Management of Educational Funds and Facilities||4|
|EDL 621||Superintendent and Central Staff/Personnel Management||4|
|EDL 626||Clinical Experiences/Internship I||2|
|EDL 627||Clinical Experiences/Internship II||2|
|EDL 628||Clinical Experiences/Internship III||2|
|EDL 635||Organizational Theory and Leadership||4|
|EDL 640||Business Application Revenues||4|
|EDL 645||Business Application Expenditures||4|