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Initial level of field experience in the school, to include applications of content and assignments in the Educational Law I and II and Educational Resources Management courses.
Prerequisites: EDAD 571, CUIN 510. Graded CR/F. Closed to non-matriculated and audit students.
Problem-focused course in federal and state laws governing student and teacher rights, tort liability, state funding formulas and program requirements, and personnel. Policy implications for students, personnel, and programs will be featured. Co-requisite: EDAD 544 for all students pursuing Principal or Program Administrator certification.
Prerequisite: EDAD 557. Co-requisite: EDAD 545 for all students pursuing Principal or Program Administrator certification.
The combined content of budget development and management, fundraising, grant writing, personnel and contract management, scheduling and assignment are the major processes and functions addressed in this course. Co-requisite: EDAD 546 for Educational Administration students and all others pursuing Principal or Program Administrator certification. EDAD 546 offers relevant field experience.
Supervised experiences in principal and program administration as well as managing educational functions in other organizations. On-site conferences and monthly group seminars.
Prerequisites: EDAD 544-546, EDAD 557-558, EDAD 560, EDAD 572 (for Principal certification candidates only), and permission of program director at least one full quarter prior to beginning internship. Graded CR/F. Closed to non-matriculated and audit students.
This year-long seminar series features theory and processes necessary to carry out three major functions of administration involving change: developing instructional leadership, developing and implementing professional development for staff, and evaluating programs. Inherent in these functions is the understanding of diverse perspectives and needs among clients and patrons, current curriculum issues, future trends and forecasts of change, and effective school leadership to accomplish educational missions. Students will design projects to implement in their administrative internships. Closed to non-matriculated and audit students.
Prerequisite: EDAD 567.
Prerequisite: EDAD 567 and EDAD 568.
Introduction to leadership issues expressed in organizational contexts, including organizational culture and priorities, key constituencies, and management of change. Personal values and behavior assessments are integrated with leadership and value theories in developing a professional growth plan.
Continuing examination of organizational contexts through discussion and practice of the skills required to effect change: communication, problem solving and decision making, negotiation and conflict management. Prerequisite: EDAD 570.
Closed to non-matriculated students.
Formal investigation using scholarly and/or field work to explore an administrative problem or issue, resulting in recommendations, program development, or other administrative product useful to others in the field. Approximately 90 hours of investigation and documentation in the approved format (available from advisor). Prerequisite: advisor approval of a written proposal. Closed to non-matriculated and audit students.
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