This graduate certificate in Dual Language Immersion (DLI) administration provides teacher leaders, school leaders, and district administrators with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement successful DLI programs in schools.
Partners pictured from left to right are Kathy Spencer, ECU LEED; Alejandra Ceja, Executive Director of the Panasonic Foundation; Eric Bracy, Superintendent Sampson County Schools; Milton Chen, Chairman of the Panasonic Foundation Board; Matt Militello, ECU LEED Professor; Steven Hill, Superintendent Pender County Schools; and Michael Bracy, Superintendent Jones County Schools
The supervision licensure only program is designed to prepare individuals to become instructional school leaders. Program studies include teacher leadership, law, policy, and politics in education, instructional leadership, and communication with home, school, and community. The program consists of 20-semester hours (including a 3 credit hour internship experience). With successful completion of the appropriate licensure exam, the candidate is eligible for the Instructional Supervision License (113).
In order to enroll in this licensure only program the applicant must apply for admission as a non-degree seeking student (PLEASE MARK THE BOX FOR LICENSURE).
The program is delivered on campus with mixed method delivery including online courses and face-to-face evening class sessions.
Be sure to contact an advisor BEFORE applying to ensure that there is a cohort for that term):