Preparing specialists in curriculum and instruction.
Supervisory Certification is now a hiring requirement in many local school districts, specifically when a district seeks to add district coordinators, supervisors, and department heads to its staff. The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, one of KU's largest graduate programs in enrollment, is the degree that most closely
For current Supervisory Certification students: Upon program completion, please use this linked checklist to complete the steps necessary to apply for and receive certification.
Teachers may complete coursework toward the supervisory certificate upon entering the program. However, they cannot complete the certificate until five years of successful teaching is documented in their area of certification. This requirement must be verified with a written notification on school letterhead by a chief school administrator.
Required Courses - 21 credits:
Required Capstone Course - 3 credits:
Courses are taught both on campus and online.
If you would like more information on the Supervisory Certificate in Curriculum and Instruction, please request information via the Office of Graduate Admissions or email program coordinator Dr. George Sirrakos at firstname.lastname@example.org.