The 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
SEU 567: Curriculum in a Standard Aligned System
EDU 528: Student Diversity and Critical Pedagogy
EDU 568: Middle School Curriculum and Instruction
SEU 544: Action Research for Teacher Leaders
EDU 526: Data-Driven Decision Making
EDU 541: Supervision and Finance
EDU 562: School Law
EDU 590: Internship in Supervision
The student will be assigned to an environment that provides the professional experiences related to the student's field of academic interest and study. Under the supervision of a school district administrator with coordination by a graduate faculty member in the Department of Secondary Education, the student will be exposed to the major task areas of policy determination, program development, curriculum design, and instructional supervision.
Courses taught on campus and online
Fall semester: August 1st
Spring semester: December 1st
Summer sessions: May 1st
How Can I Receive More Information?
If you would like more information on the Supervisory Certificate in Curriculum and Instruction, please request information via the Office of Graduate Admissions or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.