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2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Educational Leadership Certification-Only Program


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The Department of Educational Leadership prepares dynamic, high-performing leaders for our diverse, technologically complex society who have the knowledge and skills to build learning communities focused on student achievement. The goal is to produce graduates who are able to create learning environments that support teacher success in bringing students from diverse groups to high levels of learning.

Program Admission Requirements:

  • Complete online Graduate Application;
  • Obtain and submit official transcripts from each college attended, including those institutions where degrees were not earned. Official transcripts are those in a university-sealed envelope. Transcripts should reflect at least a Master’s degree from an accredited institution;
  • Obtain and submit a copy of current, valid Teaching Certificate;
  • Obtain and submit two Evaluation and Statement of Support Forms from two administrators;
  • Obtain and submit one Mentor Form from a current administrator;
  • Obtain and submit a Professional Resume documenting education, work experience, volunteer and service accomplishments, and record of leadership activities.

Program Total (21 Credit Hours)


Plan of Study


FALL COHORT SEQUENCE SPRING COHORT SEQUENCE SUMMER COHORT SEQUENCE

semester I

EDL 7100: Leadership Theory and Practice

EDL 7200: Leading Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment

 

semester II

EDL 7305: Data Analysis & School Improvement

EDL 7400: Leading Professional Learning & Change

 

semester III

EDL 7405: Human Resources for School Leaders

EDL 7500: Educational Law and Policy

EDL 7600: School Operations & Community Relations

semester I

EDL 7100: Leadership Theory and Practice

EDL 7200: Leading Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment

 

semester II

EDL 7305: Data Analysis & School Improvement

EDL 7400: Leading Professional Learning & Change

EDL 7405: Human Resources for School Leaders

 

semester III

EDL 7500: Educational Law and Policy

EDL 7600: School Operations & Community Relations

semester I

EDL 7100: Leadership Theory and Practice

EDL 7200: Leading Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment

EDL 7305: Data Analysis & School Improvement

 

semester II

EDL 7400: Leading Professional Learning & Change

EDL 7405: Human Resources for School Leaders

 

semester III

EDL 7500: Educational Law and Policy

EDL 7600: School Operations & Community Relations

 

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