ARCHIVED 2008-2009 Graduate Catalog 
    Jan 19, 2021  
ARCHIVED 2008-2009 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Educational Supervision

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Each of the programs leading to the M.A.Ed. degree in educational supervision requires a minimum of 38 semester hours of graduate study. Program options include curriculuminstruction, instructional-technology specialist–computers, and international studies. Requirements prepare a study for graduate teaching licensure as a curriculum-instruction specialist, level one in North Carolina. Students in the instructional technology specialist– computers option also may qualify for licensure in computers. Students in the international studies program do not qualify for North Carolina licensure. Additional state-mandated testing may be required to complete licensure, but not graduation requirements.

All students complete a common core of courses consisting of the professional education component and required courses in supervision as well as the specialty requirements of the program they select.

Supervision, Curriculum and Instruction (11 hours)

The specialty options for each area are as follows:

Instructional Technology Specialist–Computer concentration (15 hours)

  • three technology electives, as approved by the program advisor

International Studies Concentration (15 hours)

  • two electives as approved by the program advisor

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