Educational Leadership (M.Ed.): PK-12 Supervisory Certificate C&I

Educational Leadership (M.Ed.): PK-12 Supervisory Certificate C&I


Program Coordinator
  Ingrid Everett | ieverett@bloomu.edu

College of Education
3103-C McCormick Center
Phone: 570-389-5120
Fax: 570-389-3030

Bloomsburg University's Masters of Education in Educational Leadership: Supervisory Certification in Curriculum & Instruction program is designed to enhance the professional curricular and instructional competencies of individuals who work with children, youth, and adults. We pride ourselves with the ability to provide job embedded learning through various situations and settings. We also strive to constantly integrate present principals and administrators into our program to create meaningful learning experiences to our future school leaders. The supervisory certification program is endorsed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and allows successful program completers the ability to hold an administrative position (other than building principal) in most all PA public institutions.

The program requires candidates to complete job-embedded field work and a district level internship learning experience under the mentorship of a seasoned district leader.

Program Admission

  • Complete a graduate school application
  • Submit all official undergraduate & graduate (if applicable) transcript(s). Minimum undergraduate GPA of a 3.0 required.
  • Submit a Statement of Goals that explains the applicant’s reasons for pursuing a principal certification
  • Submit a current resume
  • Submit a copy of a current PA Instructional Certificate
  • Submit three letters of recommendation that address the applicant’s leadership ability, capacity to be a successful school principal, academic suitability, and professional demeanor.

Academic Requirements

 

Required Courses

Course Sequence

Program Faculty

 

Practicing educators with proven satisfactory experience apply to the MEd in Educational Leadership: K-12 Supervisory Certificate Program. Candidates are required to complete 30 credits, with the option of transferring in up to 9 credits from another university. Classes are typically offered during the evening 5 to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

  • PDE Approved for PK-12 Supervisory Certificate in Curriculum and Instruction.
  • Online classes are available and growing! A student can earn their certification online with the exception of the required practicum/internship.
  • You are required to have a seasoned (at least three years’ experience) district level leader to act as your mentor throughout the program.

Retention

Graduate students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students who do not take classes in either the Fall and/or Spring semester(s) will be considered inactive in MyHusky. Students are required to contact their Academic Advisor or Graduate Program Coordinator with their request to be reactivated. Their request is then forwarded to the Graduate Office, who will process the reactivation. Students have six calendar years to complete their chosen degree or certification program.

Transfer Credits

Upon acceptance, students desiring to transfer credits may make this request upon application to their chosen program. Upon approval, degree students may transfer up to a maximum of nine semester hours or parallel courses (determined by BU) from accredited institutions. These courses will be applied towards completing the degree requirements of the program. However, no courses will be transferred in which a grade less than a B was earned. Pass/fail grades are not acceptable.