Supervisor Licensure

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Traditional – 12 Credits

The Supervisor’s Licensure prepares students for department supervision. To receive the supervisor’s licensure, the State of New Jersey requires an individual to earn a Master’s degree and incorporate the following courses into, or take them in addition to, that Master’s degree.

Therefore, students without a Master’s degree, who would like to earn a supervisor’s licensure, can complete the Master’s in Instructional Leadership, Educational Leadership, or Reading program and incorporate these courses into their course of study.

Students already holding a Master’s degree, and a teaching certificate or Educational Services Certificate, can decide to take the following additional four courses to obtain their supervisor’s licensure.

Admissions Requirements

  • Completed application;
  • Bachelor Degree;
  • Master Degree;
  • Original transcripts from all colleges and universities attended;
  • Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0;
  • Teaching Certification or Educational Services Certifcate – Please send a copy of your standard certificate or your Certificate of Eligibility with Advance Standing with your application. (If you do not have a teaching certificate please contact Elyse Clark at extension 2162.)


Required Courses

Course # Title Credits Completed
GED 550 Seminar in Curricular Evaluation
and Assessment Strategies
3 _______
GED 642 Case Studies in Supervision 3 _______
GED 650 Principles and Practices in Supervision 3 _______
GED 651 Curriculum Development and Evaluation 3 _______
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