|EDA 5938||Special Topics||Exploration of current topics of special interest.||1-3 (Max. 6)|
|EDA 6061||Educational Organization and Administration||Basic concepts and practices in local, state, and federal organizations and administration.||3|
|EDA 6107||Leading Change in Educational Organizations||Organizational dynamics, and leadership theory and practice, and their roles in promoting successful change.||3|
|EDA 6192||Educational Leadership: The Individual||The individual as a leader and the role of educational leaders in group development.||3|
|EDA 6193||Educational Leadership: Instruction||Examination and analysis of role in curriculum change and school improvement.||3|
|EDA 6195||Educational Policy Development||Contemporary research on political decision making and the role of educational leaders in policy development.||3|
|EDA 6215||Communications in Educational Leadership||School/community relations and communication implications for educational leaders.||3|
|EDA 6222||Administration of School Personnel||Problems of the professional school staff and administration of staff personnel in public schools.||3|
|EDA 6225||Labor Relations in Public Education||Various aspects of employee, union, and management relationships in public education.||3|
|EDA 6232||Public School Law||The law as it affects the public school operations in America. Religion; desegregation; compulsory attendance; torts; student control and discipline; and teacher freedoms, employment, and dismissal.||3|
|EDA 6242||Public School Finance||State, local, and federal financing of education.||3|
|EDA 6271||Technology Leadership||Application of computer technology to leadership and management of education enterprise.||3|
|EDA 6423||Data-Driven Decision Making in Educational Organizations||Analytical and leadership issues related to conducting data-driven decision making in a professional, legal, ethical, and methodologically sound manner.||3|
|EDA 6503||The Principalship||Organization and administration of the school; emphasis on competencies necessary for leadership and management of the school center, both elementary and secondary.||3|
|EDA 6905||Individual Work||Students must have approval of proposed project prior to registration. For advanced students who wish to study individual problems under faculty guidance. (Maximum 12 credits includes EDG 6905)||1-6 (Max: 12)|
|EDA 6931||Special Topics||Exploration of current topics of special interest.||1-5 (Max: 10)|
|EDA 6935||Problems in School Administration and Supervision||In-service training through regularly scheduled on-campus work conferences open only to superintendents and supervisors; or a problems course, offered through extension or on campus, for superintendents, supervisors, principals, junior college administrators, and trainees for such positions. S/U||1-15|
|EDA 6948||Supervised Practice in School Administration||Prerequisite: Only advanced graduate students are permitted to enroll. Students are given an opportunity to perform administrative duties under supervision. S/U||1-15|
|EDA 6971||Research for Master’s Thesis||Research for master’s thesis.||1-15|
|EDA 7206||Organizational Leadership in Education||Development of concepts and refinement of skills associated with planning and organizing in educational institutions.
Prerequisite: EDA 6192
|EDA 7945||Practicum in Supervision and Administration||A seminar and an internship in administration and supervision. S/U||1-15|
|EDA 7979||Advanced Research||Research for doctoral students before admission to candidacy. Designed for students with a master’s degree in the field of study or students who have been accepted for a doctoral program. Not open to students who have been admitted to candidacy. S/U||1-12|
|EDA 7980||Research for Doctoral Dissertation||Research for doctoral dissertation. S/U||1-15|
|EDA 7985||Research Design in Educational Administration||Open only to advanced students. Problems in administration conceptualized and appropriate research.
Prerequisite: EDF 7486 or equivalent.
|EDG 6250||The School Curriculum||Theoretical and research bases underlying the development of the total school program from kindergarten through community college. Basic curriculum course for graduate students.||3|
|EDG 6285||Evaluation in the School Program||Procedures and techniques of evaluation in school programs. Emphasizes needs assessment, school self-study, and course evaluation.||3|
|EDG 7665||Bases of Curriculum and Instruction Theory||Applies behavioral science theory and research to the development of curriculum and instruction theory. Topics include social forces, human development, and learning theories.
Prerequisite: EDG 6250 or equivalent.