In addition to meeting the Graduate School’s requirements for admission, retention, examinations, candidacy and graduation as listed elsewhere, requirements for admission to the department include: submitting an online application which includes personal information and recommendations on forms provided by the Graduate School along with Graduate Record Examination scores taken within the last five (5) years.
- Submit evidence of holding the Standard Teacher Certificate and at least two years creditable classroom teaching experience for the administrator certificate programs if seeking a principal certificate.
- Complete requirements of the Department Screening Committee as approved by the Graduate School.
- File a degree and/or certificate plan with the faculty advisor and with the Graduate School Office.
- A Comprehensive Examination is administered to all students within six (6) hours of graduation. Eligibility to take the Comprehensive Examination, designed by the Educational Administration faculty, is determined by the advisor and the Department Chair. Passing the Comprehensive Examination with a minimum score of 70 is required for graduation.
(All courses must be approved by the department)
|EDAS 532||School & Public Relation||3|
|EDAS 537||Principles Of Educ Administrat||3|
|EDAS 541||Curr Planning & Development||3|
|EDAS 675||Leadership & Management of Ins||3|
|EDAS 836||School Law||3|
|EDAS 800||Schl Org, Leadership & Mgmt||3|
|EDAS 850||Leadership & Campus Culture||3|
|EDAS 880||Human Resources Lead & Mgmt||3|
Foundation Core Requirements
Course substitutions may be made with the approval of the Department Chairman, the Dean of the College of Education, and Dean of the Graduate School on forms provided by the Graduate School Office.