Post Master's Certificate
Take a leadership role in the field of Special Education by enrolling in Edinboro's Post-Master's Special Education Supervisor online program.
U.S. News and World Report named Edinboro's master's degree in Special Education one of the best online programs
in the country.
Edinboro's programs in Educational Leadership show school and school-related personnel how to develop their leadership style and acquire skills to lead at the classroom, building and district levels.
The certificate program for Supervisor in Special Education is no exception.
"Leadership for Student Achievement" is the common thread throughout the program. The coursework and related experiences prepare you to promote the success of all students by becoming a district level leader for Special Education within the K-12 school system.
Upon successful completion of the program and the appropriate PRAXIS examination,
you can apply for PA Supervisor of Special Education certification.
Developing leaders that promote the success of all students continues to be the driving force in our program. This is demonstrated by the dedication of our program faculty who strive to meet the needs of our graduate students and assist each one of them along their leadership journey.
This program is offered online so you can earn certification on your own time schedule.
You will join hundreds of web-based students around the globe who have taken advantage of our nationally recognized programs in Educational Leadership.
The curriculum includes 27 credit-hours of coursework relating to educational leadership as well as an internship in School Supervision.
There are two different ways to earn this certificate.
If you earned the Master of Education in Teacher Leadership from Edinboro, you may transfer 12 semester hours into the post-master's certificate program. You will need to complete only 15 additional semester hours of prescribed graduate credit as a partial requirement for the PA Supervisor of Special Education certificate program.
If you earned an equivilent degree from another university, contact the Graduate Program
head to determine which courses might transfer for credit.
You may still participate in this program if you can demonstrate previous graduate
coursework in Special Education or take additional graduate coursework in Special
Education as prescribed by the program head.
Dr. Andrew Pushchak
Graduate Program Head
230 Butterfield Hall
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