- Course Information
Education is the foundation on which a modern society is built. The Educational Leadership post-master’s certificate will prepare you to address management and leadership issues in education and guide others through training, excellence in teaching, research and service. You will also further develop your knowledge base to be a leader in the field of education.
In this course, students will address legal issues pertinent to teacher, administrator, and student legal rights and responsibilities in daily school activities. Students will also review legal process, structures of the law, legislation/ litigation, and practices to avoid.
Educating a Diversity of students
As the United States continues to experience increasing cultural diversity, todays educators must appraise, assess, and argue the best means to reach diverse and exceptional students. Additionally, individuals differ in gender, sexual orientation, age, physical, and mental abilities. Students will choose and compare different means to address the nature of cultural diversity, its sources, and its importance to educators. Finally, students will organize, plan, prepare and write instructions that a district might use to meet the needs of diverse students, taking into consideration epistemological and axiological perspectives unique to each culture.
In this course, students will be presented to an examination of contemporary theories, models, concepts, and practices for efficient approaches to leadership within an educational organization. Students will study how to effectively apply these concepts to educational settings. Topics include time management, philosophy, principles of an effective leader, and leadership styles.
Financial Issues in Schools
This course is designed to introduce and explore concepts in school finance and school business management. Specifically, the course content will cover school finance and school business practices as it pertains to the national, state, and local practices.
Policies and Practices in Leadership
In this course, students will focus on research, theory and philosophy in developing powerful schools that educate all children well, grades K through 12. Students will learn about various school reform efforts, policies and politics behind various local, states, and federal efforts, and be able to draw upon the educational change and leadership literature to develop their own process and design for better schools.
Development of Organizational Leadership
In this course, doctoral students will explore classic and contemporary approaches to organizational development. Students will explore preferred communication styles, cultivate relationships, develop strategies, and evaluate optimal strategies for organizational growth. Finally, students will be introduced to the doctrines of organizational development, theory, and techniques.
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