Supervisor of Curriculum

  • Program Overview

    Students pursuing the Master of Education in Curriculum may also pursue a district-wide Supervisor of Curriculum Certification. The Supervisor of Curriculum is a district-wide specialist who works across the total grade organization and is responsible for performing the following duties:

    • Supervising instruction and evaluating staff as designated by the school superintendent
    • Designing and developing curriculum, learning materials and innovative educational programs
    • Conducting experimental instructional programs
    • Directing and conducting basic or applied educational research

    The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction is a natural pathway to district-wide Supervisor of Curriculum and Certification. The foundation in curriculum, instruction, and assessment serves to strengthen the candidate’s ability to be successful developing curriculum and instructional programs, supporting teachers, and supervising programs. Gannon University’s M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction is aligned with the National Board Professional Teacher Certification Standards. Gannon is one of four Centers of Teaching Excellence in Pennsylvania that supports teachers who are preparing for National Board Certification.

    Those who already have a Master of Education degree and teaching experience may complete the certification program. The Program of Study will be dependent upon a transcript review

    Program Options

    • Supervisor and Curriculum Certification
  •  Gainful Employment

    Name 
    Supervisor of Curriculum 
     
    SOC Code  

     

    25-2041.00 
    25-2042.00
    25-2043.00

     

    Normal Time to Completion  
    12-16 months 

    3 to 4 semesters

    On-Time Completion Rate 2011-12  99% 
    Placement Rate for Completers 2011-12   Not required by the accrediting body 
    Tuition  $9,605 
    Fees  $0 
    Books and Supplies  $500 
    Median Loan Debt: Title IV funds  N/A 

    N/A:  Either no students graduated from the program in 2011-12; none of the student(s) that graduated from that program in 2011-12 had a loan; and/or the 2011-12 median for that program is = $0.