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Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate Studies 51Administration SpecialistsThe Department of Educational Administration and Leadership offers programsleading to each of the seven Educational Administrative Spec1al1st certificatesgranted by the Ohio Department of Education.Each of these specialist certification programs consists of a master's degree prgramand a post-master's block. In the individual program listings below, mastersdegree requirements are marked with a single asterisk (*) and post-master'srequirements are indicated by double asterisks (**).Administrative Specialist:Business Management• Foundation Studies- nine credits.*• Required courses:5700:601 Principles of Educational Admm1strat1on*5700:602 Sdlool Bus1ness Administration**5700:603 Adm1n1stration of Educational Personnel*5700:606 Evaluation 1n Educational Organ1zations5700:607 Sdlool Law*5700:608 Sdlool F1nance and Economics*5700:612 Adm1n1stration of Educational Facilities5700:615 Computer Applications 1n Educat1onal Administration5700:684 F1eld Experience 1: Elementary Administration'5700:6865700:6955700 7065700:7075700:8955700:8976200:6016500:600orField Experience 1: Secondary AdminiStration'orF1eld Experience for Supervisors •Collective Barga1n1ng and Employee Relations'The Superintendency'F1eld Experience: The Superintendency'Independent Study: Business Management*'F1nanc1al Accounting**Management and Production Concepts**Administrative Specialist:Educational Research• Foundation Studies- nine credits.*• Required courses:5100:642 Topical Seminar: Measurement and Evaluation"5100:741 Statist1cs in Education"5100:743 Advanced Educational Statistics"5100:801 Researdl Seminar**5100:897 Independent Study: Educational Researdl"5700:601 Principles of Educational Administration'5700:603 Administration of Educational Personnel*5700:606 Evaluation in Educational Organ1zat1ons'5700:607 Sdlool Law•5700:608 Sdlool Finance and Economics *5700:615 Computer Applications in Educational Administration'5700:664 Field Experience 1: Elementary Administration'or5700:686 F1eld Experience 1: Secondary Administration'or57006955700:7065700707Field Experience for Superv1sors •Collective Barga1n1ng and Employee Relations*The Superintendency*Administrative Specialist:Educational Staff Personnel Administration• Foundation Studies - nine credits.*• Required courses:5700:601 Principles of Education Administration •5700:603 Administration of Educational Personnel'5700:606 Evaluation in Educational Organizations*5700:607 Sdlocl Law'5700:608 Sdlool F1nance and Economics•5700:610 Principles of Educational Supervision"5700:615 Computer Applications 1n Educational Adm1nistrat1on5700:684 F1eld Experience 1: Elementary Administration'or5700:686 F1eld Experience I: Secondary Adm1n1stration •or5700:695 Field Experience for Superv1sors •5700:704 Advanced Principles of Educational Administration"5700:705 Decision-Making in Educational Administration"5700:706 Collect1ve Bargaining and Employee Relations'5700:707 The Superintendency•5700:895 F1eld Experience: The Superintendency"6500:654 Industrial Relations**32232322223232333333313232322232332323322333233Administrative Specialist:Instructional Services• Foundation Studies- nine credits.*• Required courses:5200.630530061957006015700.60357006065700.60757006085700:60957006105700:61557006845700:6865700:6955700:6975700 7065700.7075700:895Elementary Sdlool Curriculum and Instruction"Secondary Sdlool Curriculum and Instruction"PrinCiples of Educational Admin1strat1on'Admin1strat1on of Educational Personnel'Evaluation 1n Educational Organizations'Sdlool Law'School F1nance and Economics*Principles of Curriculum Development"Principles of Educational Superv1s1on"Computer Applications 1n Educational Administration •F1eld Experience 1: Elementary Administration*orF1eld Experience I: Secondary Administration •orF1eld Experience for Supervisors*Independent Study: Instructional Services"Collect1ve Barga1ning and Employee Relations'The Superintendency*F1eld Experience: The Superintendency"Administrative Specialist:Pupil Personnel Administration• Foundation Studies - nine credits.*• Requ1red courses:5600:6315600:63356006455600:659570060157006035700:60657006075700:6085700:6135700:6155700:6845700:6865700:6955700:7065700 7075700:895Elementary Counseling'*orSecondary Counseling*'Group Testing*'Organization and Adm1n1stration of Gu1dance Serv1ces"Principles of Educational Administration'Adm1n1strat1on of Educational Personnel*Evaluat1on 1n Educational Organizations*Sdlool Law•Sdlool Finance and Economics*Administration of Pupil Serv1ces*'Computer Applications 1n Educational Administration*F1eld Experience 1: Elementary AdministratiOn*orF1eld Experience 1: Secondary Administration'orF1eld Experience for Supervisors •Collect1ve Bargaming and Employee Relations •The Superintendency'F1eld Experience. The Superintendency*'Administrative Specialist:School and Community Relations• Foundation Studies - nine credits*• Required courses:5700.601 Principles of Educational Administration*5700:603 Administration of Educational Personnel*5700:604 Sdlooi-Commun1ty Relations"5700:606 Evaluation in Educational Organizations*5700:607 Sdlool Law*5700:608 School Finance and Econom1cs •5700:615 Computer Applications in Educational Administration*5700:620 Secondary Administration*5700:631 Elementary Administration*5700:684 Field Experience 1· Elementary Administration'or5700:686 Field Experience 1: Secondary Administration'or5700.695 F1eld Experience for Supervisors*5700:706 Collective Bargaining and Employee Relations'5700 707 The Supenntendency'5700:895 F1eld Experience: The Superintendency*'7600:625 Theories of Mass Communication**7600628 Contemporary Publ1c Relations Theory*'Administrative Specialist:Special Education (Exceptional Children)• Foundation Studies- nine credits.*• Required courses:5610:540 Developmental Charactenst1cs of Exceptional lnd1v1duals**5610:601 Sem1nar: Curnculum Plann1ng'5610:602 Superv1s1on of Instruction: Spec1al Education*'5610:605 Program Development and Del1very Systems"5610:697 Independent Study Exceptional Children*'223232333222332323333323232223232323323233223232333333

52 The University of Akron5700:601 Principles of Educational Administration • 35700:603 Administration of Educational Personnel* 25700:606 Evaluation in Educational Organizations* 35700:607 School Law*5700:608 School Finance and Economics* 35700:615 Computer Applications 1n Educational Adm1n1strat1on* 25700:684 Field Experience 1: Elementary Administration* 2or5700:686 F1eld Experience 1: Secondary Administration • 2or5700:695 F1eld Experience for Supervisors• 35700:706 Collective Bargain1ng and Employee RelatiOns • 25700:707 The Supenntendency• 35700:895 Field Experience. The Supenntendency* * 2Assistant Superintendent/Superintendent ProgramsThere is significant overlap in the requirements of these two programs. A personentering the assistant superintendent program must already have an administratoror supervisor certificate. Both teaching and administrative expenence 1srequired for superintendent certification.Assistant Superintendent• Foundation Studies - nine credits.• Required courses - master's:5700:601 Pnnciples of Educational Administration5700:606 Evaluat1on 1n Educational Organizations5700:607 School Law5700:608 School Finance and Economics5700:609 Pnnciples of Curriculum Development5600:610 Principles of Educational Supervis1on5700:613 Administration of Pupil Serv1ces5700:615 Computer Appl1cat1ons in Educational Adm1nistrat1on5700:707 The Superintendency• Required courses- post-master's:5700:602 School Business Administration5700:603 Administration of Educational Personnel5700:604 School-Community RelatiOns5700:612 Administration of EducatiOnal Facilities5700:706 Collective Bargaimng and Employee Relat1ons5700:895 Two field expenences are requ~redSuperintendent• All of the assistant superintendent requirements plus:5700:704 Advanced Princ1ples of Educational AdminiStratiOn2• Electives, as needed, to bring the program to a total of 60 graduate semesterhours.*Required on!y of an elementary student**Required only of a secondary student.tRequired only of a special education student.Supervisor• Foundation Studies- nine credits.• Major field:5200:6305200 7325300:6195300:7215610:6015610:602570060957006105700:6955700:740Elementary School Curriculum and Instructions*Supervision of Instruction in the Elementary School*Secondary School Curnculum and Instruction**Supervision of Instruction in the Secondary School**Seminar: Special Education Curriculum PlanningtSupervision of InstructiOn: Spec1al EducatlantPrinciples of Curnculum DevelopmentPrinciples of Educational SupervisionField Experience for SupervisorsTheories in Educational Supervision• Electives - With the approval of the adviser, the student will select at least oneof the following courses and others to fulfill the program minimum of 30 credits:5100:701 History of Education 1n Amencan Society 35100:741 StatisticS in Education 35700:698 Master's Problem 2'~~Requ1red only of an elementary student.• *Required only of a secondary studenttRequired only of a spec1al education student.Educational FoundationsThis Master's degree program area is designed for either the student interestedin improving present educational skills or the student interested in educational orinstructional positions in business, industry, and social services.332333223223224-52222333333The student's program of study will be determined jointly by the student and advisor.Emphasis can range from advanced instructional technology to studies ineducational psychology or the social/philosophical aspects of education. The studentcan elect to include a thesis or master's problem or take an additional sixsemester hours of course work.• Foundation Studies- College Core Foundation Studies (nine hours).• Departmental Requirements- minimum of 21 hours.• Outside Departmental - minimum of six hours.• Master's comprehensive exam.Master's Emphasizing Instructional Technology• Foundation Core (College Requirement- nine hours)• Departmental Requirements -with your advisor's approval, a minimum of 12hours from the following:5100:520 Introduction to Instructional Computing 35100:512 Des1gn and ProductiOn of InstruCtional Matenals 35100:590 Workshop 1n Instructional Technology 35100:630 Top1cal Seminar in Computer-Based Educat1on (may be repeated) 35100:636 Top1cal Sem1nar 1n EducatiOnal Technology (may be repeated) 35100:614 Planning for Technology 35100:695 F1eld Experience: Master's 1-35100:696 Master's Technology Project 2-35100:697 Independent Study: Master's 1-3• Other Requirements - a minimum of six hours, with your adv1sor's approval,related to Instructional Technology, from outside the Department.• Thesis/Master's Problem Option (minimum program total of 30 semester hours):5100:698 Master's Problem 3-4or5100699 Master's Thesis• Non-Thesis/Master's Problem Option (minimum program total of 30 semesterhours):Additional course work in the area of educational technology selected jointly by the studentand the adv1sor for a m1n1mum program total of 36 semester hoursElementary EducationBilingual Multicultural EducationThe major purpose of this program is to provide education majors with the knowledge,skills and attitudes necessary to teach bilingual students.Students may become certified in bilingual multicultural education at either theundergraduate or graduate level. The certification requ1res that a person alsobecome certified in one of the following areas: elementary education, secondaryeducation, special education, or physical education.At the end of the program, the student must demonstrate proficiency in Englishand a language other than English in order to meet the certification requirementsof the Ohio State Department of Education.Graduate students wish1ng a master's degree in addition to bilingual multiculturalcertification may earn a master's degree in multicultural education by taking additionalcourseworkThe program incorporates coursework in the history and philosophy of bilingualmulticultural education; linguistics; English as a second language instruction; cultureand theories; and practices for teaching bilingual students language arts, reading,mathematics, social studies and science.• Program requirements:3300:589 Sem1nar in Engl1sh: Introduction to Bilingual Lingu1st1CS5630:582 Charactenstics of Culturally Diverse Populations5630:584 Pnnciples of Bilingual Multicultural EducatiOn5630:587 Techn1ques for Teaching English as a Second Languagein the Bilingual ClassroomF1eld Experience in Bilingual Classrooms/Settings• Select one of the following:5630:585 Teaching Reading and Language Arts to Bilingual Students 45630:586 Teaching Mathematics, Soc1al Studies and Science to Bilingual Students 3Multicultural EducationThe purpose of this program is to provide knowledge, skills and attitudes whichwill enable the educator to design and implement programs that promote the corrcept of cultural pluralism. Special attention is given to educational programmingfor the culturally different learner.• Required Courses:5100:640 Techniques of Research5300:780 Sem1nar in Secondary Education*5600:645 Group Testing in Counseling5630:581 Multicultural Education in the United States333433433

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