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For students holding a master’s degree, Centenary University offers a special 12-credit program that allows you to complete the coursework needed to earn your Supervisor certification from the New Jersey Department of Education.
Supervisor licensure allows you to be employed as a supervisor of instruction and an athletic director (for those who do not hold a Principal’s certification) as well as an assistant superintendent in charge of curriculum or instruction.
To receive the Supervisor endorsement, the state requires you earn a master’s degree and complete coursework in curriculum, assessment and supervision. You can meet those course requirements through Centenary’s program by completing only four classes.
|GED-550||Case Studies in Supervision Case Studies||3|
|GED-642||Case Studies in Supervision Case Studies||3|
|GED-650||Principles & Practices of Supervision||3|
|GED-651||Curriculum Development & Evaluation||3|
Candidates without a master’s degree who would like to earn their Supervisor certification can incorporate those four courses into one of Centenary’s master’s programs in Education, including:
- Master of Arts (M.A.) in Educational Leadership
- Master of Arts (M.A.) in Instructional Leadership
- Master of Arts (M.A.) in Special Education
- Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Reading