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LLEP PROGRAM CONCENTRATIONS

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PLAN OF STUDY

LLEP Core Courses (15 credits)

  • EDLR 5201 — Influences on Adult Learning (Fall Year 1)
  • EDLR 5204 — Organizational Learning (Spring Year 1)
  • EDLR 6313 — Educational Policy and Politics (Fall Year 2)
  • EDLR 6467 — Social Justice Leadership, Equity, and Change (Spring Year 2)
  • EDLR 6050 — Proposal/Prospectus Development I

Adult Learning Concentration Courses (9 credits minimum)

  • EDLR 5202 — Workplace Learning
  • EDLR 5203 — The Brain, Experience, and Adult Learning
  • EDLR 5206 — Development of Programs for Adult & Human Resource Education
  • EDLR 6201 — Strategic Applications of Adult Learning Principles
  • EDLR 5099 — Independent Study
  • EDLR 6092 — Practicum

Research Courses (9 credits minimum)
(Can be used to meet Graduate School 6-credit minimum Related Area requirement)

  • EDCI 6000 — Qualitative Methods of Educational Research (Fall or Spring)
  • EDLR 6052 — Qualitative Methods of Educational Research II (Spring)
  • EDCI 6005 — Advanced Methods of Qualitative Research
  • EPSY 5605 — Quantitative Methods in Research I (Fall and Spring)
  • EPSY 5607 — Quantitative Methods in Research II (Spring)
  • Other research courses as needed

Graduate School Required Doctoral Dissertation Research credits (15 credits minimum)

  • GRAD 6950 — Doctoral Dissertation Research

Adult Learning
Specific

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PLAN OF STUDY

Core (18 credits)
  • EDLR 5201 Influences on Adult Learning
  • EDLR 5204 Organizational Learning
  • EDLR 6313Educational Policy and Politics(or EDLR 6466)
  • EDLR 6467 Social Justice Leadership, Equity, and School Change
  • EDLR 6050 Proposal/Prospectus Development I
  • EDLR 6051 Proposal/Prospectus Development II
 
Concentration (12 credits)
  • EDLR 6314 Legal Issues in Organizational Management
  • EDLR 6464 Seminar: Leadership and School Organizations (or EDLR 5355)
  • EDLR 6322 Economics of Education and School Finance
  • EDLR 6323 Seminar in the History of K-12 Education Reforms, 1890-present
 
Research (Minimum of 12 credits)
  • Minimum of 1 Quant and 1 Qual course
 
Electives (Minimum of 6 credits)
 
18 credits Core requirements
12 credits Concentration requirements
12 credits research courses
6 credits elective courses
15 graduate credits (post coursework)

63 credits total (minimum)
 
Students must take all core and concentration classes and satisfy the research requirement. Beyond these required courses, students should consult with their advisor to select electives and develop a plan of study.

Leadership & Education Policy
Specific

Drs. Laura Burton, Joseph Cooper and Jennie McGarry with female graduate, 2016

PLAN OF STUDY

Learning, Leadership, and Education Policy Courses  (18 credits)

  • EDLR 6313 — Educational Policy and Politics
  • EDLR 5204 — Organizational Learning
  • EDLR 5201 — Influences on Adult Learning
  • EDLR 6467 — Social Justice Leadership, Equity, and Change
  • EDLR 6050 — Proposal/Prospectus Development I

Sport Management Courses (9 credits):

  • EDLR 6300 — Organizational Theory in Sport
  • EDLR 6310 — Organizational Behavior in Sport
  • EDLR 6315 — Current Research in Sport Management

Research Methods and Statistics (minimum 12 credits beyond the master’s degree)

  • EPSY 5607 — Quantitative Methods in Research II
  • EPSY 5613 — Multivariate Analysis in Educational Research
  • EPSY 6601 — Methods and Techniques of Educational Research
  • EPSY 5601 — Principles & Methods in Educational Research
  • EPSY 5610 — Applied Regression Analysis for the Education Sciences
  • EPSY 5613 — Multivariate Analysis in Education
  • EPSY 5621 — Construction of Evaluative Instruments
  • EDCI 5824 — Educational Ethnography
  • EDCI 6000 — Qualitative Methods of Educational Research
  • EDCI 6005 — Advanced Methods of Qualitative Research
  • EDCI 6052 — Advanced Qualitative Methods

Cognate Area(s) (9 credits)

  • Courses may be taken outside the Department of Educational Leadership, with the consent of the major advisor and the student’s advisory committee from management, marketing, sociology, psychology, anthropology, educational leadership, management and finance, among others

Graduate School Required Doctoral Dissertation Research credits (15 credits minimum)

  • GRAD 6950 — Doctoral Dissertation Research

    In addition, students must pass a General Examination to progress to doctoral candidacy. A written dissertation proposal must be orally defended prior to beginning the dissertation phase

Sport Management
Specific