School Health Services Certification
Gain confidence in healthcare leadership within the school setting through Millersville University's post-master's School Health Services supervisory certification program.
Why Study This Program?
Gain the competencies and confidence to serve in leadership roles within healthcare through Millersville University's post-master's School Health Services supervisory certification program.
This graduate-level program incorporates a variety of coursework and field experiences to best equip health professionals for leadership in the workplace. Designed for the certified school nurse, this program builds upon previous nursing experience and focuses on the aspects of applying supervision to School Health Services.
Applicants to this program must possess a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree, Specialist II (School Nursing) certification in the subject area in which the supervisory certification is sought, and five years of supervision experience.
What Will You Learn?
The School Health Services supervisory certificate program at Millersville University consists of 15 credits, including three core courses and a 6-credit field experience. Required coursework includes Functions of Supervision, Administrative Aspects of Supervision, and Curriculum and Instruction. The field experience is a performance-based clinical involving on-site supervisory activities, research, policy and skill competencies, and best professional practices.