Superintendent Letter of Eligibility
This program is designed to develop superintendents and assistant superintendents competent to plan, monitor, and evaluate activities based upon many roles. The goal of the program is not that participants be experts in all areas but rather that they be competent to provide leadership and to be accountable for school wide operations. Courses and experiences emphasize that education is a human process requiring group support and involvement if administratration is to be successful.
The program is available through the Angel format offered on The University of Scranton Website. All assignments, discussion boards, and submission of work are provided through the 24/7 Website connection. Students are assigned a University mentor who was a former superintendent who helps guide students through the program.
- Possess a Master's degree with a GPA of 3.5
- Have three years professional experience as a school administrator/supervisor
- Submit an application which includes a resume, educational background, work experience, references. Admission is on a rolling basis.
- Hold or be eligible for a Pennsylvania elementary/secondary principal or supervisory certificate.
- Submit a statement of purpose for enrolling.
- EADM 601 Personal Management for Educators
- EADM 606 School Plant Management
- EADM 611 School and Community Relations
- EADM 616 Seminar in Advanced School Finance
- EADM 621 Seminar in Advanced School Law
- ESPC 501 Inclusionary Classroom Practices
- EADM 626 Superintendent's Role: Seminar and Internship (Requires on-site visits from the University supervisor for the course)