Administration of Elementary and Secondary Education - MEd, EdS, PhD

Administration of Elementary and Secondary Education - MEd (Certification)
Class A Program Checklist For Instructional Leadership
Instructional Leadership Courses: 30 hours
EDLD 7210/7216Multiprofessional Leadership for Equity 13
EDLD 7500Principal Leadership3
EDLD 7510/7516Action Research and Data Analysis3
EDLD 7520/7526Leadership and the Learning Organization3
EDLD 7530/7536Planning and Continuous Improvement3
EDLD 7540/7546Instructional and Curricular Leadership3
EDLD 7550/7556Educational Finance and Resource Management3
EDLD 7560Educational Systems and Communities3
EDLD 7570Legal and Ethical Issues3
EDLD 7580/7586Supervision and Personnel Issues in Education3
Survey of Special Education/Diversity Course 1
Internship: 3 hours
EDLD 7930Administrative Internship/Residency3
Total Hours33
1

EDLD 7210/6 Multiprofessional Leadership for Equity fulfills the state diversity course requirement. However, if a survey of special education course was not completed for prior level certification, RSED 6000/6 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality (3 hours) must be completed resulting in 36 total program hours.

In addition to the Graduate School requirement of a cumulative 3.0 GPA on all AU courses carrying graduate credit, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 is required on all courses used to meet program requirements.   

An applicant for certification in instructional Leadership who holds Class A certification in another teaching field or area of instructional support must take all courses indicated above that were not required for certification in another program at the Class A level. 

Individuals must be unconditionally admitted to the Class A Instructional Leadership program before enrolling in any instructional leadership courses in the program.

Coursework used to meet Class B certification requirements may not be used to meet requirements for Class A certification.

All substitutions for required courses must be approved using the Course Substitution Form, including transfer work. 


 

Administration of Elementary and Secondary Education - EdS (Certification, Online Option Available)
Class AA Program Checklist For Instructional Support Personnel
Instructional Support Area: 27 hours 1
ADED 7600/7606Nature of Adult Education3
EDLD 8260/8266Theory and Development of Organizations3
EDLD 8270/8276Leadership in Finance and Management3
EDLD 8310/8316Leadership in the Development and Application of Curriculum and Theory Design3
EDLD 8400/8406Ethics for Leaders3
EDMD 7010/7016Instructional and Information Technologies3
RSED 7410/7416Program Implementation in Specialization (Leadership) 23
EDLD 8220/8226Personal and Professional Development3
EDLD 8980/8986Project Analysis3
Survey of Special Education/Diversity Course
See RSED 6000/6 in Additional Courses AND RSED 7410/6 in Instructional Support Area
Additional Courses: 6 hours
Select 6 hours of advisor-approved supporting courses. At least 3 hours must be outside of Educational Leadership (EDLD).6
Advanced Survey of Exceptionality 2
Other advisor-approved supporting courses 3
Total Hours33
1

If EDLD 7910/6 Practicum (1 hour) must be completed to meet state admission requirements, 28 hours is required in the Instructional Support Area resulting in 34 total program hours. 

2

RSED 6000/6 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality must be completed if survey of special education course was not completed for prior level certification. If a survey of special education course was completed for prior level certification, the state diversity course requirement is fulfilled with RSED 7410/6 Program Implementation in Leadership.

3

Supporting courses must be applicable to the area of certification (e.g., research, assessment/evaluation, classroom management, pedagogy, human behavior/development, foundations, technology, teaching field).

In addition to the Graduate School requirement of a cumulative 3.0 GPA on all AU courses carrying graduate credit, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 is required on all courses used to meet program requirements.  

Individuals must be unconditionally admitted to the Class AA instructional leadership program before enrolling in any leadership courses in the program.

Course used to meet Class A certification requirements may not be used to meet requirements for Class AA certification.

All substitutions for required courses must be approved using the Course Substitution Form, including transfer work.


 

Administration of Elementary and Secondary Education - PhD
EDLD 8950Seminar (I)3
EDLD 8950Seminar (II)3
EDLD 8990/8996Research and Dissertation10
Select 48 Credits in @ 6000-899948
Total Hours64