The Curry College Principal and Supervisor Licensure Program (PSL) is a unique training opportunity for aspiring school administrators. The program focuses on linking best practice with theory to achieve measurable, real-world performance goals. Our program will prepare candidates for one of the following leadership roles:
Curry College is pleased to offer a 10% tuition discount when two candidates from the same school district enroll in the Principal/Supervisor Licensure Program. A 20% tuition discount will be provided when three or more candidates from the same school district enroll in the PSL Program.
Do you qualify for the Principal and Supervisor Licensure program?
You may be eligible if you:
One-Year Intensive Licensure Program
Our program provides 550-hour Pre-practicum/Practicum supported by relevant coursework. Course assignments will require candidates to assume specific responsibilities in the school where they work as part of the Practicum. These responsibilities will be assessed against both practical and theoretical research-based criteria, including the most recent Massachusetts standards and evaluative instruments, to ensure that theory and practice are closely aligned.
Convenient Schedule and Hybrid Format
Classes are scheduled one evening a week and are delivered in a hybrid format - a blend of in-person discussions and online activities - to best meet the needs of busy professionals.
Curry's Principal and Supervisor Licensure Program has been approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Available to those who qualify
The Curry College Principal Licensure Program combines theory and practice through its practicum-linked assignments. Coursework and practicum include:
Summer 2019 Schedule:
New cohorts will begin in July 2019 at both our Milton and Plymouth campuses.
What is Cohort Study?
As a student in the Curry College PSL Program, you will be part of a cohort group. This means that the same students will be in all of your classes for the entire program, start to finish. Cohort group learning has proven to be very effective for adult learners because it creates a community of professionals who can study together, provide support, discuss common on-the-job problems, and offer networking opportunities.
Want to continue and earn your CAGS? At the completion of the PSL program take 4 additional classes to earn a CAGS in Educational Leadership.
EDL 7070: Trends in 21st Century Education
EDL 7080: Diversity and Balance
EDL 7090: Teacher/Staff Quality through Differentiated Supervision
EDL 7170: Data Analysis, Planning and Action Research - 4 credits
All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted