The Professional Mentorship and Seminar course is, one academic year in length (two consecutive, terms). Students must have a minimum of 3 years as, a practicing administrator in order to enroll in, the class. Students will apply the essential, content knowledge, leadership, collaboration, and, research skills necessary for district level, leadership. As part of this experience, students, will complete a capstone project in which they, apply concepts and skills learned in previous, coursework. This capstone will involve action, research, an equity audit, or in-depth research, and the creation of an action plan regarding a, professional problem of practice. Upon successful, completion of the capstone project, the 220 hour, practicum, and the compilation of a portfolio, demonstrating competency in each of the, administrative standards a credit/no credit grade, will be submitted to the campus advisor who will, audit the student's transcript and determine their, eligibility for Professional Administrator License, program completion.