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MAJOR FIELDS

Semester Hours

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION ................

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Required Courses ............................................................27 AED 739, AED 740, AED 751 AED 730, AED 736, AED 737, AED 746, AED 750, SUP 731

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ..............................................................

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  • 1.

    Required Courses ............................................................12 CEL 705 and CEL 706

  • 2.

    Electives in Elementary Education ....................................12 or related courses

3.

OR Electives in Elementary Education ......................................6 Thesis ................................................................................6

DOCTOR OF EDUCATION DEGREE

Purpose. The Doctor of Education Degree in Professional Studies is designed to prepare educators of personal and professional stature to assume the duties and responsibilities of teaching and various types of service and leadership roles.

Area of Emphasis. Curriculum and Supervision

Application. Prior to making application for the Doctor of Education program, a student must meet the following criteria:

  • 1.

    Hold a master’s or an educational specialist degree from a college or univer- sity accredited by the regional accrediting agency and/or by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education;

  • 2.

    Have a minimum of two years successful teaching experience or its equiva- lent;

Evidence supporting that the above criteria have been met must be attached to the application.

Admission. Admission to the doctoral program is contingent upon the student obtaining a minimum composite score on the following criteria:

1.

Graduate Record Subscores);

Examination

(Verbal,

Quantative,

and

Analytical

  • 2.

    Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) - Writing Essay Test;

  • 3.

    Grade Point Average on all graduate work completed;

  • 4.

    A structured interview with the Doctoral Advisory Committee. Prior to the

interview the student is to submit a prepared portfolio to the Doctoral Advisory Committee.

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