Communication (English) certification

Support both students and educators by learning how to supervise Communication and English departments for grades 7-12 through Millersville University's post-master's supervisory certification program.

Why Study This Program?

Engage in the fields of Communication and English by using your expertise to supervise and support teachers within the humanities subjects. A supervisory certificate qualifies educational professionals to oversee educational programs and guide employee activity in such programs. As a supervisor within the school setting, you will ensure that educators within the Commonwealth utilize the most effective strategies to instruct and prepare the leaders of tomorrow.

The post-master's supervisory certificate program at Millersville University follows Pennsylvania Department of Education standards to prepare graduate students through relevant coursework and practical experiences. Graduates of this program within the Educational Foundations department receive a Communication (English) supervisory certificate for grades 7-12.

What Will You Learn?

The course of study for students progressing through the Communication (English) program is unique to each student depending on their previous degrees and certifications. Applicants to this post-master's program must possess bachelor's and master's degrees in Education or a related field and Instructional I and II teaching certification. The University offers the possibility for concurrent enrollment in the pursuit of this supervisory certification.

The post-master's supervisory certification program begins with three foundational courses that teach graduate students how to observe and evaluate teachers, how to write curriculum, and the responsibilities of being an administrator. Students then gain practical supervision experience in the field with 6-credit internships specific to the subject of Communication and English.