Assistant Professors—Curtis, Garcia, Sheared
M.A. in Education: Concentration in Educational Administration
M.A. in Education: Concentration in Special Interest
The department attracts students from a variety of backgrounds with diverse career goals. Through faculty advisement, a program is planned for each student to match prior training and experience, current intersts, and career aspirations. These programs can open the door to professional roles in public and private schools, government agencies, social agencies, and industry. Possible career opportunities include leadership positions in elementary and secondary schools and community colleges; staff training positions; adult education leadership or practitioner roles; and positions in research, measurement, and evaluation.
The department offers course work leading to a Master of Arts in Education in each of the following areas of concentration: (a) Adult Education, (b) Educational Administration, (c) Special Interest. The department also offers three credentials: (a) Preliminary Administrative Services; (b) Professional Administrative Services; (c) Designated Subject Credential in Adult Education.
The program in educational administration is staffed by an excellent faculty, all of whom have held leadership positions in school systems or private and governmental organizations. Most have been selected at some previous time for leadership positions in overseas educational projects. Each has developed an individual specialization, designed to implement the program of the department.
The program in educational administration has been designed to help candidates acquire knowledge and skills which are generally regarded as essential for effective performance in any entry-level supervisory or administrative position. The program is competency-based. This implies that as the candidate advances through the program, administrative skills and knowledge will be developed in planned increments with opportunities for practice and application of skills. Procedures in each course generally include several of the following responsibilities or activities: theory and practice under simulated conditions in the classroom; application and analysis of theory in a real situation, usually the candidate's school or district; and application and performance supervised by a school or district supervisor or administrator.
The Master of Arts is generally regarded as the professional degree for administrators. It is possible for the candidate to enroll in a program of studies leading to either a credential or a master's degree only or both.
MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION: CONCENTRATION IN ADULT EDUCATION
Graduate Advisers—Hemphill, Sheared
Prerequisite: ISED 606, Seminar in Principles and Methods of Adult Education, or equivalent. Must be completed prior to or during the student's first semester in the program. This prerequisite also meets the requirements for the Preliminary Designated Subjects Credential.
Courses for this program are listed in alphabetical sequence (see Interdisciplinary Studies in Education discipline in the "Announcement of Courses" section).
Units ISED 607 Seminar in Planning Adult Programs 3 ISED 735 Seminar on the Adult Learner 3 ISED 736 Seminar in Adult Leadership 3 ISED 797 Seminar in Educational Research 3 ISED 895 Field Study or ISED 898 Master's Thesis 3 Electives on advisement (to include at least three graduate-level courses) 15 Minimum total 30
Courses for this program are listed in alphabetical sequence (see Educational Administration discipline in the "Announcement of Courses" section).
Units EDAD 713 Administrative Processes 3 EDAD 714 Practicum-Site Administration 3 ISED 797 Seminar: Educational Research 3 EDAD 733 Supervision of Instruction 3 EDAD 743 Planning and Evaluation 3 EDAD 753 Personnel Management 2 EDAD 773 Site Administration 3 EDAD 774 Program Administration 3 EDAD 783 Computers for School Administrators 3 EDAD 784 Special Education Administrative Competencies 1 One of the culminating experience requirements: 3 EDAD 892 Internship Site Administration EDAD 895 Field Study EDAD 898 Master's Thesis Minimum total 30
Courses for this program are listed in alphabetical sequence (see Interdisciplinary Studies in Education discipline in the "Announcement of Courses" section). The following upper division courses are acceptable on the Graduate Approved Program: ISED 585, 604, 606, 607, 612, 613, 614, 630, 661, 691, and 699. The program must include at least eighteen units of course work in professional education.
Units Upper division or graduate courses approved by graduate major advisers in DAIS [May include courses offered by departments other than those involved in professional education (0-6 units)] 15 ISED 895 Field Study (3) or ISED 898 Master's Thesis 3 Related courses selected with approval of adviser 12 Minimum total 30
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