Education Leadership (EDLE)
Graduate School of Education
500 In-Service Educational Development (1-6:0:0). See EDUC
597 Special Topics in Education (3:3:0). See EDUC 597
598 Directed Reading, Research, and Individual Projects (1-6:0:0).
See EDUC 598
600 Workshop in Education (1-6:0:0). See EDUC 600
611 Schools and Communities (3:3:0). Covers schools from historical,
political, sociological, and anthropological perspectives. Emphasizes effective
school and community relations, including conflict management and resolution.
612 Education Law (3:3:0). Covers law as related to education,
including history and precedence.
621 School Administration (3:3:0). Analyzes the principalship
with particular attention to assessment and development of leadership skills.
(EDLE 611 and 621 should be the first courses taken in education leadership programs.)
626 Curriculum Development and Evaluation (3:3:0). Covers
curriculum design and evaluation in education, with emphasis on the roles of educational
leaders, models of change, and strategies of learning and instruction.
630 The Application of Learning and Motivational Theory (3:3:0).
Covers contemporary learning and motivational theories that affect the administration
of schools and other educational settings. Emphasizes adult learning.
631 Supervision and Evaluation of Instruction (3:3:0). Prerequisites:
EDLE 611 and 621. Analyzes instructional elements, processes, theory, and
practices in the evaluation/supervision of instructional programs and staff.
725 School Business Management (3:3:0). Prerequisites:
EDLE 611 and 621. Covers research, theories, and practices in the management
of finances in education. Emphasizes school-site tasks; covers site-based management.
740 Personnel Administration in Education (3:3:0). Covers
theory, research, and practice relating to human resources management in education,
including recruitment, selection, placement, evaluation, development, and rewarding
789 Organizational Theories and Leadership Development (3:3:0).
Covers theories of organizational development with emphasis on leadership in educational
791 Internship in Education Leadership, PK12 (3-6:3:0).
Prerequisite: Permission of advisor. Applies administrative and supervisory
theory to practice and the analysis of practice through approved field experiences.
The internship may be repeated for credit.
797 Advanced Topics in Education (3:3:0). See EDUC 797.
895 Emerging Issues in Administration and Supervision (3:3:0).
Prerequisite: Admission to the Ph.D. program or permission of instructor.
Covers selected emerging issues in educational leadership. Students engage
in research, study, discussion, and writing about the various topics selected