EDL 8100 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP (1-6 credits)
This course is designed to allow graduate candidates in educational leadership to pursue independent study of a topic under the direction and guidance of a faculty member. Topics studied and the nature of the learning activities are mutually agreed upon by the candidate and instructor. This course will prepare school leaders as practitioners and researchers who can meet the dynamic challenges of education.
Prerequisite(s): Admittance to the doctoral program in educational administration/leadership, or instructor permission.
The mission of the Department of Educational Leadership is to develop effective visionary, intellectual, and moral leaders who can cause positive change in education to promote the success of all students. The department's degree and endorsement programs have a distinctive metropolitan education orientation. The Department of Educational Leadership offers a master of science degree (MS) as well as non-degree administration endorsement programs for students who have completed a master's degree.