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Education Administration (EDA)

 

EDA-536TE: 

School Finance for Current Practitioners 

3 credits 

This course addresses issues of school finance. Concepts of taxation, sources of revenue, basic budget designs, processes, and techniques are studied. Additionally, consideration is given to the major challenges in the daily operation of local schools. 

EDA-585: 

The Principalship 

4 credits 

The job of a principal in today’s PK-12 environment is both complex and demanding. It requires that a person be skilled in the recruitment, selection, orientation, development, compensation, and evaluation of a highly qualified staff, while also seeing to the leadership and management of the educational organization. This course will explore important critical issues currently facing school principals, including the challenge of attracting and retaining a quality work force in education, while also meeting the myriad of district and state policies and laws. This course focuses on all six of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards. Practicum/field experience hours: 20. Prerequisites: EDA-534, EDA-575, EDA-577, EDA-555, EDA-535, EDA-551, and EDA-561. 

EDA-586AΩ: 

Internship in Educational Administration I 

4 credits 

This is the first part of a supervised, clinical, 16-week internship that encourages a cooperative arrangement among the key stakeholders. Upon completion, students possess an understanding of the complexity of being leaders, ranging from development of a vision for systemic change to demonstrating practical skills ensuring smooth day-to-day operations. All six ISLLC standards are reviewed. The two parts of this internship require a total of 270 internship hours, split between the A and B sections of the course. 

EDA-586BΩ: 

Internship in Educational Administration II 

4 credits 

This is the second part of a supervised, clinical, 16-week internship that encourages a cooperative arrangement among the key stakeholders. Upon completion, students possess an understanding of the complexity of being leaders, ranging from development of a vision for systemic change to demonstrating practical skills ensuring smooth day-to-day operations. All six ISLLC standards are reviewed. The two parts of this internship require a total of 270 internship hours, split between the A and B sections of the course. 

 

 

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