Administration and Supervision
Special Admission Criteria
Applicants to this program must submit evidence of professional experience in schools. Appeals to this policy may be made in writing to the Coordinator of the Administration / Supervision Program, but in no case may a person who is not a certified teacher or eligible for certification be admitted.
K-12 (Art, Music, Physical Education) majors are eligible for admission to the Secondary Administration and Supervision program.
K-12 (Art, Music, Physical Education) majors applying to the Elementary Administration and Supervision Program must complete a minimum of nine credit hours of elementary education methods courses prior to acceptance, including a course in the methods of teaching reading and methods courses in two of the following areas: mathematics, science, language arts, and social studies.
Students applying for the K-12 option must have the appropriate certification and teaching experience which will permit them to have K-12 administrative / supervisory certification in the state in which they work.
Administration & Supervision Coordinator:
Dr. William Childs / Phone: 301-687-4216 Framptom Hall 216, Frostburg, MD 21532