MASTERS DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION




Degree Program

Admission Requirements

Program of Study





Degree Program

The graduate program in Educational Administration & Supervision leads to a Masters degree. The M.Ed. planned degree program lists a minimum of 36 semester hours of coursework to be completed within six years from the date of enrollment. A maximum of nine semester hours may be earned as transfer credits. These credits must be indicated on the students planned program during the first semester of enrollment as a graduate student admitted in full status. Students are expected to confer with their advisor each semester. They should complete and sign the planned program with their advisor. In advance of the expected date of graduation, the student is expected to apply for graduation with the Office of Academic Services and Registrar.



Admission Requirements

The student must have a 2.5 minimum overall undergraduate grade point average (GPA) and initial teaching certification (for e.g., T-4). The student should also provide three letters of reference from individuals in the school or school system (one reference must be from the immediate supervisor or another school administrator). Admission to this M.Ed. program requires a minimum of two years experience in professional education.



Program of Study



Area A:  Nature of Learner 3 hrs.

EDAS

5580

School Discipline Problems




Area B:  Programs & Problems of the School 3 hrs.

EDAS

5511

Technology for Educational Administration




Area C:  Major Area 21 hrs.

EDAS

5501

Introduction to Organizational Leadership

EDAS

5515

Curriculum and Instruction for Educational Leadership

EDAS

5533

Legal Aspects of Education

EDAS

5541

Educational Supervision

EDAS

5568

Field Experience in Educational Administration

EDAS

5570

School Business Management

EDAS

5573

School Personnel Administration




Area D:  Research 6 hrs.

EDUC

5500

Educational Statistics

EDUC

5501

Educational Research




Area E:  Guided Elective 3 hrs.

EDUC

5509

Philosophy of Education

SPED

5547

Behavioral Management of Exceptional Children