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Educational Leadership (EDLD) 

601. Leadership (3). This course focuses on the theories of leadership and other human processes operating within an educational organization and society as a whole.
Prerequiste(s): none. Notes: offered periodically.

602. Techniques of Supervision (3). Designed for the preparation of general instructional supervisors who will work with elementary or secondary school teachers and for the preparation of subject area supervisors.

603. Curriculum Leadership in Schools (3). Designed for the preparation of administrators (principals and supervisors) for the management of the curriculum and instruction program in schools in keeping with the objectives of the school district.

604. Principalship for the 21st Century (3). This course will focus on the administration of schools in the areas of growth and development, leadership, curriculum planning, personnel, decision-making and current issues and trends in organizations.

610. Fiscal and Business Management in Schools (3).The focus of this course is on the information and management skills needed by principals to successfully operate a public school.

611. School Law (3). A study of constitutional, statutory and judicial law and current legal issues affecting school administrators and teachers.

612. Technology for the School Leader I (3). A study of the utilization of computers in the management of information at the local school level. With the use of hands-on activities and demonstrations, the course will primarily focus on generating and using information.

613. Preparing Leaders to Serve Students with Special Needs (3). Designed for those preparing for school leadership roles. This course will detail the philosophies, legal and pragmatic approaches to serving children with special needs in schools. Emphasis will be on mastering the requirements of the federal and state laws as well as the special needs of families. Notes: Offered periodically.

616. School Personnel Development (3). A study of the major functions of personnel selection and professional development within the school setting. The study includes both certified and classified personnel.

619. Conflict Management in Public School Administration (3). The course will deal with interpersonal conflict, organizational conflict, institutional conflict,school/community conflict, social conflict and all other attending problems. Prerequisite(s): A minimum of two years of teaching experience.

621. Internship I (3:0:3). The internship is designed as one part of a three-part experience to allow the student to put theory into practice. During this course the candidates work under the supervision of school administrators and participate in problem-solving seminars. The students will identify areas they wish to strengthen. A plan will be developed to enhance their skills in the identified areas which will be implemented during the second and third parts of the internship experience.Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite courses vary depending on the start date of the cohort. At least 9 hours EDLD Specialty Courses are required prior to the beginning of EDLD 621 (Internship One). Notes: A grade of A, B, C or F will be recorded for this Internship. Offered in summer.

622. Internship II (3:0:3). The internship is designed as one part of a three-part experience to allow the student to put theory into practice. During this course, the candidates work under the supervision of school administrators and participate in problem-solving seminars. The students will identify areas they wish to strengthen. A plan will be developed to enhance their skills in the identified areas which will be implemented during the second and third parts of the internship experience. Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite courses vary depending on the start date of the cohort. At least 9 hours EDLD Specialty Courses are required prior to the beginning of EDLD 621(Internship One). Successful completion of EDLD 621. Notes: A grade of A, B, C or F will be recorded for this Internship. Offered in fall.

623. Internship III (3). The internship is designed as one part of a three-part experience to allow the student to put theory into practice. During this course, the candidates work under the supervision of school administrators and participate in problem-solving seminars. The students will identify areas they wish to strengthen. A plan will be developed to enhance their skills in the identified areas which will be implemented during the second and third parts of the internship experience. Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite courses vary depending on the start date of the cohort. At least 9 hours EDLD Specialty Courses are
required prior to the beginning of EDLD 621 (Internship One). Successful completion of EDLD 621 and EDLD 622. Notes: A grade of A, B, C or F will be recorded for this Internship. Offered in spring.

650-659. Problems in Educational Administration (1) (2) (3). Designed to provide selected problem courses in educational administration to students studying for administrative positions in public schools. Prerequisite(s): A minimum of two years of teaching experience. Notes: May be retaken for additional credit.
 

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