Post-Master's Supervisor of Special Education

The coursework and related experiences prepare the candidate to promote the success of all students by becoming a district level leader for Special Education within the K-12 school system. “Leadership for Student Achievement” is the common thread throughout the program. Upon successful completion of the program, individuals will make application for PA Supervisor of Special Education certification. Individuals who have successfully completed another master’s degree program may also be eligible to receive the M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Edinboro University of PA along with the PA Supervisor of Special Education certification*. Scroll to bottom of page for links to admission and curriculum requirements.

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OccupationProjected Job openings in PAProjected Job Openings NationallyPA Median SalaryNational Median Salary
Education Administrators Elementary and Secondary School 240 8,970 $113,400 $108,700

*Salary and job growth information obtained from O*NET OnLine.

Education Administrators Elementary and Secondary School plan, direct, or coordinate the academic, administrative, or auxiliary activities of public or private elementary or secondary level schools.

Job titles include: Principal, Assistant Principal, Superintendent, Middle School Principal, Elementary Principal, High School Principal, School Superintendent, School Administrator, Athletic Director, Special Education Director

The Supervisor of Special Education Program provides the opportunity for a graduate student to obtain certification in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as a Supervisor of Special Education. The coursework and field-based experiences prepare the candidate to promote the success of all students by becoming a district level leader for Special Education within the K-12 school system. “Leadership for Student Achievement” is the common thread throughout the program. Successful completion of the program and achievement of the qualifying score on the Praxis Educational Leadership Exam: Administration and Supervision will lead to Supervisor of Special Education Certification in Pennsylvania.

If you have questions about the application process, please contact Edinboro University's School of Graduate Studies at (814)732-2856, toll-free at (888) 845-2890 or by email at gradstudies@edinboro.edu.