Lindenwood

Graduate Catalog 2014-2015


School Administration EdS

The School of Education also offers the Educational Specialist in School Administration. The EdS in School Administration is designed for those with a MA in a field other than School Administration. This EdS program leads to initial principal certification.

This program leads to eligibility for initial principal certification and requires 22 credit hours of coursework at the 60000 level.

Requirements

Core curriculum

EDA 50000School Administration Foliotek and MEP Seminar

0

EDA 53000Public and Community Relations

3

EDA 53500School Facilities

3

EDA 61600School Supervision

3

EDA 61800School Business Management

3

EDA 62600School Law

3

Notes: (1) Courses are three credit hours unless otherwise indicated.

(2) EDA 53000, EDA 53500: Up to 6 credit hours of starred coursework completed in the Lindenwood University MA in School Administration program may be applied toward the Specialist Program in School Administration.

The student must also take six credit hours of EDA or MBA elective coursework.

One of the following:

EDA 60800Foundations of Elementary School Administration and Organization

4

EDA 60900Foundations of Secondary School Administration and Organization

4

Internship Requirement

Students must complete three field experience credit hours.

EDA 65300Field Experience

3

Students must also complete six research project credit hours.

EDA 64500Statistics in Educational Administration

3

EDA 65000Specialist Project

3

EDA 68000Specialist Experience

0

Notes: (1) Courses are three credit hours unless otherwise indicated.

(2) EDA 68000: Students who have not completed their Educational Specialist Project during the semester enrolled must enroll in EDA 68000 Specialist Experience each semester until the project is completed.