Advanced Certificate School District Leadership 12 Credits | School of Education | Bronx & Dobbs Ferry
School District Leadership Advanced Certificate Overview
The advanced certificate in School District Leadership is a pathway for former teachers and other eligible school personnel to elevate their careers as visionary school leaders.
Eligible applicants will have completed a master’s degree and at least 48 graduate credits.
Graduates are qualified to pursue a New York State Department of Education Certification as a School District Leader, which will allow them to work in a range of administrative and supervisory positions.
Students are prepared to pursue careers including:
- Assistant Superintendent
- District Supervisor
- District Administrator
- District Coordinator
Gain leadership experience and build your network
For education administrators for elementary and secondary schools in New York
Total Credits to Earn Your Degree
Classes in administrative internship, school district administration, special education law
What We Offer The Mercy Advantage
- Strong relationships with elementary and secondary schools across New York City and Westchester
- Opportunities for internships to gain leadership experience and build your network
- National Accreditation - NCATE and CAEP
Frequently Asked Questions
What educational leadership programs do you offer?
The School of Education offers a Master of Science in School Building Leadership.
How many years of teaching experience are required for matriculation into the program?
Two years of teaching or working in a pupil-personnel position.
Are there some frequently used links I might need during the application process?
Program Details & Curriculum
Course Requirements for School District Administrator: 12 Credits
Total: 12 Credits
Academic Program Sequence Map
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By the end of this program, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate a solid content knowledge base that enables them to deliver effective educational and professional services based on current research, theory and practice
- Employ multiple pedagogical and professional strategies and tools to enable them to be effective practitioners in educational settings and deliver services that promote students’ intellectual, social, and emotional development
- Understand the diverse cultural, linguistic, learning, and social strengths and needs of all populations, and incorporate and demonstrate sensitivity to the richness of diverse cultures when providing educational and other school services
- Employ technology to deliver information, instruction, and professional services to all members of the school community
- Reflect on professional practice to make educational decisions and enhance student learning
- Demonstrate positive dispositions that enable them to work as effective educators, citizens, and practitioners within the school and broader community