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  • ED-801

    Leadership:Policy and Ethics

    A critical examination of higher education leadership and organizational theories and ethical issues that colleges and universities face in the twenty first century. Students will know and apply theory in order to objectively assess leadership current leadership practices, systems theory, culture, diversity and change processes as they relate to individuals and higher education institutions. HYBRID
  • ED-802

    Research I

    This course provides an introduction and overview quantitative and qualitative methods of program/policy evaluation and policy analysis concepts and methods in higher education. The primary goal of this course is to instruct doctoral candidates to become consumers of educational research to read, understand, and think critically about educational policy and program evaluation. In addition, it will serve to introduce students to qualitative research and quantitative statistical approaches in order to become producers of policy-oriented research. Taken with ED 801. HYBRID 17/FA: 9/9, 23, 10/21, 11/4, 18, 12/2
  • ED-803

    Organizational Theory:Strateg

    This advanced seminar builds upon the knowledge and skills acquired in ED 801 and EDU 802 in which students focus on integrating the concepts of systems theory, culture and diversity within the context of a comprehensive semester-long research project in which students will conduct a comprehensive education program evaluation and provided proposed solutions. HYBRID 18/SP:meeting dates 1/20,2/3,24 3/17,4/7,21
  • ED-804

    Analysis &Eval II:Quant/Qual

    This research course provides an overview of research design and analysis in social and behavioral research. Emphasis is placed on understanding the process of social and educational research in field settings, developing data collection tools, producing high-quality quantitative and qualitative data, and descriptive analysis. The course content and assignments build upon readings and themes addressed in ED 802.
  • ED-807

    Higher ED:Problem Methods III

    This course is a continuation of ED 801. Students will know and apply theory in order to objectively assess current leadership practices, systems theory, culture, diversity and change processes as they relate to individuals and higher education institutions. Students will leave this thought provoking course thinking about what leadership in higher education should look like, feel like, and sound like.
  • ED-809

    Dissertation Practice I:Prop

    This course is the development of Chapter 1 (Proposal and Introduction) of the DiP which is a student centered, independent research proposal that requires the comprehensive working-knowledge of all research courses in this culminating and integrative experience. In this first DiP course, students will identify and discuss a problem in higher education leadership, conduct a literature review, and plan a research design. Students will present their research proposal for their capstone project at the end of the course and, with committee approval, will submit materials to the Institutional Review Board (IRB). 18/SP:meeting dates 1/20,2/3,24 3/17,4/7,21 17/FA: 9/9, 23, 10/21, 11/4, 18, 12/2
  • ED-826


    16/S1:Saturdays (5/21, **, 6/18, 6/25)) ** the weekend that was scheduled is a holiday weekend, the students will meet with instructor (at the students' convenience) during the week
  • ED-827

    Legal Issues in Education

    In this course students will explore legal issues and their impact on post - secondary institutions. To pics include but are not limited to: student legal issues, faculty governance, employment law , tort liability, and copyright law. Students will engage in a variety of problem - based learning activities, including case studies and will conclude the course ad dressing law and policy in higher education
  • ED-829

    Co-Curricular Engagement

    This course focuses on the evolving learning-centered co-curricular environments of higher education. Candidates will use a problem-based learning approach to examine both the theory and application of experiential learning and community service learning curricula. Candidates will analyze research in the area of service learning, model strategies and pedagogical methods inherent in service learning, and develop a co-curricular service project or model for possible application. HYBRID 18/JN:meeting dates 1/6,13 18/SP:meeting dates 1/20,2/3,24 3/17,4/7,21
  • ED-830

    Psychology Learning HigherED

    This course prepares candidates to lead reform initiatives in teaching and learning in higher education settings. It focuses on the relationship among curriculum, instruction and assessment. Candidates learn to analyze key issues and problems impacting teaching and learning in higher education.HYBRID 18/SP:meeting dates 1/20,2/3,24 3/17,4/7,21
  • ED-831

    Measurement and Assessment

    This course provides an introduction to issues in educational measurement and assessment with an emphasis on applications in higher education settings. Topics include: types of assessments including standardized tests, portfolios, performance tasks, computer adaptive tests; test development; item writing and analysis; test administration; evaluating tests and items including reliability and validity; and interpreting test results. HYBRID 15/S1:On-line 6/15-6/27