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Course Requirements and Sequence

Core courses and semesters in which they are taught (as of January, 2013)

NoteIf a course has only one term listed after it, that is the only time of the year that course is offered.

EDAS 5010: Methods of Educational Research

3cr Fall, spring, summer

EDAS 5630: School Law

3cr Summer

EDAS 5710: Leadership for School Improvement 

3cr Fall 

EDAS 5730: School Culture and Climate 

3cr Spring 

EDAS 5740: Curriculum Leadership 

3cr Summer 

EDAS 5750: Instructional Leadership and Assessment

3cr Spring

EDAS 5760: Development of Human Capital in Schools 

3cr Fall

EDAS 5770: Management of the School 

3cr Summer 

EDAS 5810: Ethics, Advocacy and Advanced Law

3cr Fall

EDAS 5820: Practicum in School Leadership

3cr Spring

EDUC 5900: Capstone 

3cr Spring

EDS 6050: Reflective Leadership

3cr Fall 

EDS 6100: Program Evaluation

3 cr Spring, summer

EDS 6900: Capstone

3cr Spring 

EDUC 5610: Literacy Instruction for Emergent Learners

3cr Spring 

EDUC 5620: Literacy Instruction for Elementary Learners

3cr Fall, summer

EDUC 5630: Literacy Instruction for Middle/High School 

3cr Fall, summer, spring

EDUC 5640: Practicum in Literacy Instruction 

3cr Spring

Recommended Course Sequence

* Classes marked with an asterisk will meet one evening a month (5-9) and the rest of the instruction and learning activities will be on line.  Other courses meet on a traditional weekly schedule.

These sequences are based on the standard two classes a semester. A student may take only one, or may be full time student and take three or four.  Please note that many classes are offered only once a year, thus students deviating from these recommendations should do so only with advisor assistance.

* Classes marked with an asterisk will meet one evening a month (5-9) and the rest of the instruction and learning activities will be on line.  Other courses meet on a traditional weekly schedule.   

Semester

M.ED: School Leadership

Teacher Leadership

M.Ed: School Leadership

Principal Licensure

M.Ed: School Leadership

Reading Specialist

Ed.S.

Principal Licensure

 

Certificate Program:

Principal Licensure

 

Fall 1

Program Orientation

EDAS 5010

EDAS 5710*

Program of Study to Graduate School

Program Orientation

EDAS 5010

EDAS 5710*

Program of Study to Graduate School

Program Orientation

EDUC 5080 or 5010

EDAS 5710*

Program of Study to Graduate School

Program Orientation

EDAS 5710*

EDS 6050 (on line)

Program of Study to Graduate School

Program Orientation

EDAS 5710*

Spring 1

EDAS 5750*

EDAS 5730*

 

EDAS 5750*

EDAS 5730*

 

EDUC 5610

EDUC 5150 or EDUC 5080 or an elective

EDAS 5750*

EDAS 5730*

 

EDAS 5750*

EDAS 5730*

 

1stSummer

 Elective

EDAS 5770

(One evening/week and on-line)

EDUC 5150 or EDUC 5080 or 5010 or an elective

EDAS 5770

One evening/week and on-line)

EDAS 5770 (One evening/week and on-line)

2nd  Summer

EDAS 5630

EDAS 5740

(Each one evening/week and on-line)

EDAS 5630

EDAS 5740

(Each one evening/week and on-line)

EDUC 5620 or 5630

 

EDAS 5630

EDAS 5740

(Each one evening/week and on-line)

EDAS 5630

EDAS 5740

(Each one evening/week and on-line)

Fall 2

Elective

Elective

EDAS 5760*

EDAS 5810*

EDAS 5760

EDUC 5620 or 5630

EDAS 5760*

EDAS 5810*

EDAS 5760*

EDAS 5810*

October

Grad application due

Grad application due

Grad app. due

Grad app. due

Grad app. due

Spring 2

Elective

EDAS 5900*

EDAS 5820*

EDAS 5900*

SLLA**

EDUC 5640

EDUC 5900

EDAS 5820*

EDS 6100

EDS 6900*

 

EDAS 5820*

Summer

 

Take the SLLA

Finish I in EDAS 5820

EDUC 5150 and EDUC 5080 or 2 electives

EDAS 6100

Take the SLLA

Finish I in EDAS 5820

Take the SLLA

Finish I in EDAS 5820

**A passing score on the State exam (SLLA) is required as a condition of graduation/program completion for principal licensure programs

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