Curriculum and Instructional Leadership (Graduate Certificate)
This program provides the skills and knowledge for educators to understand curriculum and instruction and to lead educational programs at the school and district office level. It is comprised of curriculum, supervision, instruction, and data analysis components.
Applicants must have a minimum of five years of successful teaching experience or administrative experience. Please visit the Graduate School website for detailed instructions about applying to the certificate program.
A minimum of five courses (20 credits) is required for this Graduate Certificate; at least 16 credits must be completed after admission to the program.
|EDUC 953||Seminar in Curriculum Study (or an equivalent course)||4|
|Select one course from each of the following four strands||16|
|Curriculum Theory I|
|Curriculum Theory II|
Supervision of Instruction:
|Educational Supervision and Evaluation|
|Collaborative Models of Teaching, Learning, and Leading|
|Analysis of Teaching and Learning|
|Introduction to Statistics: Inquiry, Analysis, and Decision Making|
|Introduction to Assessment|
|Introduction to Educational Evaluation|
With the approval of their advisor and the Division, students may make modifications to the Graduate Certificate’s course of study.