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EDL 662 School Business Administration & Facilities Management 3(3-0)

EDL 772 Advanced Administration of Secondary Schools 3(3-0)

An exploration of school business administration and facilities management concepts, with emphasis on school-site administration. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

Study of current management skills and procedures necessary for operating a secondary school. Prerequisites: EDL 672 and admission to Educational Specialist program.

EDL 663 Personnel Administration 3(3-0)

EDL 773 Instructional Supervision for Educational Leaders 3(3-0)

The determination of need, satisfaction of need, and means of securing efficient personnel service. Emphasis on environment factors essential to efficiency. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

Development of supervisory policies and guidelines for the management of the instructional program in a school. Methods of evaluation, selection, and implementation of new curricula. Prerequisite: Graduate Status.

EDL 664 Public School Finance 3(3-0) A short history and consideration of problems relating to taxation, the budget, local millage, school building bond issues and state aid.

EDL 776 Administration of Higher Education 3(3-0) Study of the organization and management of colleges and universities.

EDL 778 Contemporary Issues in Higher Education 3(3-0)

EDL 667 Administration of Community Education 3(3-0) Identification of community needs, and organization and management of new and ongoing programs.

Study of contemporary issues confronting higher education. Emphasis is on the identification, definition, and study of issues and how educational leaders might address them.

EDL 670 Administration of Elementary Schools 3(3-0) Current theories, principles, and practices relative to the organization, ad- ministration, and operation of elementary schools.

EDL 797 Field Study 1-6(Spec) Students cannot enroll for both EDL 797 and EDL 798 to fulfill the require- ments of a single degree. CR/NC only

EDL 671 Administration of Middle Schools 3(3-0) Current theories, principles, and practices relative to the organization, ad- ministration, and operation of the emergent middle schools.

EDL 798 Thesis 1-6(Spec) Students cannot enroll for both EDL 797 and EDL 798 to fulfill the require- ments of a single degree. CR/NC only.

EDL 672 Administration of Secondary Schools 3(3-0) General problems of organization, supervision, and management of the high school.

EDU - Teacher Education

EDU 107 Introduction to Teaching 3(3-1)

EDL 676 Administration of Community Colleges 3(3-0) Structure, organization, and management of the community college.

EDL 690 Administration of Elementary School Curriculum 3(3-0) Study, analysis, and application of administration principles to the development, implementation, and evaluation of the elementary school curriculum.

EDL 691 Administration of Middle School Curriculum 3(3-0) Study, analysis, and application of administration principles to the develop- ment, implementation, and evaluation of the middle school.

EDL 692 Administration of Secondary School Curriculum 3(3-0) Study, analysis, and application of administration principles to the development, implementation, and evaluation of the secondary school curriculum.

An introductory course designed to provide prospective teacher education students with the opportunity to explore the teaching profession; includes 10 hours of field experience.

EDU 280 Education of Children 3(3-0) Growth and development of the child, prenatal to adolescent. Includes applica- tion to educational settings. Not open to freshmen. Prerequisite: EDU 107.

EDU 290 Technology in Education 3(1-4)

Students will learn to operate various technology-based equipment; select and assess instructional media materials, courseware, and software; and integrate technology and media into K-12 instruction.

EDU 310 Psychological Foundations of Education 3(3-0)

EDL 698 Master’s Colloquium 3(3-0)

Capstone seminar to synthesize master’s coursework. Students will apply theory to practice in designing and implementing a project. Prerequisites: To be taken in the last semester of the MA in Educational Leadership program. This course is approved for offering in a distance learning format.

EDL 699 Leadership Internship 1-15(Spec)

A period of time spent working with and under the direct supervision of a practicing educational leader. CR/NC only. Prerequisites: Regular admission to master’s or specialist program in Department of Educational Leadership. Approval of an internship application and permission of instructor.

Principles of learning, adolescent development and behavior, mental health; emphasis on application to teaching. Prerequisite: admission to Teacher Edu- cation program.

EDU 320 Elementary Mathematics Methods 3(3-0)

Prepares the pre-service teacher with the abilities to teach mathematics at the elementary and middle school levels, using empirically supported content, materials, methods, and organization. Prerequisites: EDU 280, (students with a major in “teachers of students with emotional impairment” or a major in “teachers of students with cognitive impairment” are required to have SPE 126 & PSY 220), MTH 151, satisfying the University Mathematics Competency, admission to Teacher Education Program. Pre/Co-Requisite: MTH 152.

EDL 700 Advanced Administrative Research 3(3-0)

Advanced methods of research focused on the needs of the practicing school administrator, administrators of other community-based human service agencies, and the Ed.S. student. Prerequisites: admission to Ed.S. program, EDL 600.

EDU 325 Middle Level and High School Teaching Methods 3(3-0)

This course is designed to prepare students to design, deliver, and evaluate middle school, junior high and high school instruction. Prerequisites: admission to Teacher Education. \Pre-Co-Requisite: EDU 310.

EDL 731 Strategic Planning 3(3-0) Identification of planning processes to set goals, establish implementation pro- cedures, and evaluate processes and results. Prerequisite: Graduate Status.

EDL 750 Professional Studies Topics 1-6(Spec)

Investigation and in-depth study of a current problem area or the introduction of new knowledge. Prerequisite: department permission (generally limited to Ed.S. candidates).

EDU 330 Reading in the Elementary School 3(3-0)

Materials, organization, and methods of teaching reading in the elementary school to address the Michigan and national literacy standards and bench- marks. Prerequisites: EDU 280 (students with a major in “teachers of students with emotional impairment” or a major in “teachers of students with cognitive impairment” are required to have SPE 126; PSY 220). Requires admission to Teacher Education program.

EDL 760 Leadership Theory and Practice 3(3-0)

Current management theories and systems as applied to the administration of educational programs. Prerequisite: admission to Educational Specialist program.

EDU 343 Social Studies Methods in Elementary Education 3(3-0)

Objectives, content, materials, organization, and methods of teaching social studies in the elementary school. Prerequisites: HDF 100 or PSY 220; EDU 290 (students with emphasis on the emotionally impaired and mentally impaired are required to have SPE 126; PSY 220); and admission to Teacher Education.

EDL 763 Personnel Administration in Higher Education 3(3-0)

Role definition and function of personnel administration in higher education. Budgeting, recruitment, collective bargaining, affirmative action in relation to higher education.

EDL 764 Financing of Higher Education 3(3-0) An analysis of the funding of higher education and the complex relationship between finance and other aspects of higher education administration.

EDL 766 Advanced Educational Law 3(3-0) In-depth study of current legal problems. Prerequisite: EDL 656.

EDL 770 Advanced Administration of Elementary Schools 3(3-0)

Skills and perceptions essential to advanced leadership of elementary education programs. Prerequisite: EDL 670 and admission to Educational Specialist program.

EDU 345 Science Methods in Elementary Education 3(3-0)

Objectives, content, materials, organization, and methods of teaching science in the elementary school. Prerequisites: HDF 100 or PSY220; EDU 290 (students with emphasis on the emotionally impaired and mentally impaired are required to have SPE 126; PSY 220); and admission to Teacher Education.

EDU 361 Midtier Practicum 2(1-2)

Preservice teachers will gain practical experience through observing, interact- ing, collaborating, and teaching in a pre K-12 classroom setting. Identical to MLE 361. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. Prerequisites: admission to Teacher Education; successful completion (C+ or higher) of EDU 280 or HDF 100 or PSY 220.

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